Hindi translation of 'whitewash'
whitewash /ˈwaɪtwɒʃ ˈवाइट्वॉश्/
1. uncountable noun
Whitewash is a mixture of lime or chalk and water used for painting walls white.
2. singular noun
A whitewash is an attempt to hide the unpleasant facts about something from the public in order to make a situation look less serious than it really is.
अप्रिय तथ्यों का छिपाव mn
He has described the investigation as a whitewash.
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Example Sentences Including 'whitewash'
There was another pool of blood by the wall next to the door, and a long dark smear on the whitewash.AFTERMATH (2001)
Somehow, the walls looked even higher close up, and they had curious marks that even fresh whitewash couldn't conceal.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Perhaps Kevin wants to make sure it's a whitewash job,' I tried.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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'whitewash' in Other Languages
- Arabic: بَيَاضٌ لِطِلَاءِ الـجُدْران
- Brazilian Portuguese: cal
- Chinese: 刷石灰
- Croatian: bojati vapnom
- Czech: vápenné mléko k bílení
- Danish: kalk
- Dutch: witwassen
- European Spanish: encalar
- Finnish: maalata kalkkimaalilla
- French: lait à la chaux
- German: tünchen
- Greek: ασβεστώνω
- Italian: imbiancare
- Japanese: 漆喰を塗る
- Korean: 희게 회칠하다
- Norwegian: kalke
- Polish: pobielić bielić
- Portuguese: branquear
- Romanian: lapte de var
- Russian: белить
- Spanish: blanquear
- Swedish: bortförklara
- Thai: ปูนขาวทาผนัง
- Turkish: badanalamak
- Ukrainian: вапняний розчин для білення
- Vietnamese: quét vôi
Translation of whitewash from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary