French translation of 'wash up'
1. (= do dishes) faire la vaisselle
2. (= wash oneself) (US) se débarbouiller
separable transitive verbwash
1. [dishes] laver
2. [sea] rejeter
to be washed up on the beach être rejeté(e) sur la plage
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Martin offered to wash up, and I congratulated myself on my choice of house guests.A CONVICTION OF GUILT
`I've got you, under my sink...' I heard Theo croon as he began to wash up.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
When the coffee was finished, he offered to help wash up, accepted her refusal with grace, let her bring his coat.AN OLDER WOMAN
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'wash up' in Other Languages
British English: wash up /wɒʃ ʌp/ VERB
If you wash up, you wash the pans, plates, cups, and cutlery which have been used in cooking and eating a meal.
I made breakfast and then washed up the plates.
- American English: wash the dishes
- Arabic: يَغْسِلُ الَأطْبَاق
- Brazilian Portuguese: lavar a louça
- Chinese: 洗餐具
- Croatian: oprati
- Czech: umýt nádobí
- Danish: vaske op
- Dutch: afwassen
- European Spanish: fregar los platos
- Finnish: tiskata
- French: faire la vaisselle
- German: abwaschen
- Greek: κάνω λάντζα
- Italian: lavare i piatti
- Japanese: 洗って片付ける
- Korean: 설거지하다
- Norwegian: vaske opp
- Polish: pozmywać
- European Portuguese: lavar a louça
- Romanian: a spăla vase
- Russian: мыть посуду
- Latin American Spanish: lavar los platos
- Swedish: diska
- Thai: ล้างจาน
- Turkish: bulaşık yıkamak
- Ukrainian: мити посуд
- Vietnamese: rửa bát đĩa
Translation of wash up from the Collins English to French
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