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wipe US English

Clean or dry (something) by rubbing its surface with a cloth, a piece of paper, or one’s hand

wipe US Thesaurus

Beth wiped the table

baby wipe US English

A disposable cloth treated with a cleansing agent, intended for cleaning babies and young children

wet wipe US English

A small disposable cloth treated with a cleansing agent, used especially for personal hygiene

wipe out US English

Fall over or off a vehicle

wipe something off US English

Subtract an amount from a value or debt

wipe someone out US English

Kill a large number of people

wipe something out US English

Eliminate something completely

wipe the floor with US English

Inflict a humiliating defeat on

wipe the slate clean US English

Forgive or forget past faults or offenses; make a fresh start

be wiped out in wipe someone out US English

Ruin someone financially

wipe something off the map US English

Obliterate something totally

wipe out in wipe US English

Fall over or off a vehicle

wipeout US English

An instance of complete destruction

wipe something off in wipe US English

Subtract an amount from a value or debt

wipe someone out in wipe US English

Kill a large number of people

be wiped out in wipe US English

Ruin someone financially

wipe something out in wipe US English

Eliminate something completely

wipe out in wipe US Thesaurus

the influenza of 1918 wiped out entire families

wipe the floor with in wipe US English

Inflict a humiliating defeat on

wipe the slate clean in wipe US English

Forgive or forget past faults or offenses; make a fresh start

wipe something off the map in map US English

Obliterate something totally