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rinse British & World English

Wash (something) with clean water to remove soap, detergent, dirt, or impurities

rinse English Thesaurus

he rinsed out a couple of mugs

blue rinse British & World English

A preparation used as a rinse on grey or white hair so as to give it a temporary blue tint

rinse, repeat British & World English

Used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

rinse something off/out in rinse British & World English

Remove (soap, detergent, dirt, or impurities) by washing with clean water

lather, rinse, repeat in rinse, repeat British & World English

Used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

wash, rinse, repeat in rinse, repeat British & World English

Used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

rinse, repeat in rinse British & World English

Used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

blue-rinsed in blue rinse British & World English

Relating to conservative elderly women