Definition of 'dishcloth'
Example sentences containing 'dishcloth'
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"She knelt down and began to run her dishcloth gingerly up and down Frank's trouser leg. DESPERADOES (2002)A dishcloth over the sink and a pot of fresh coffee would have to do for the rest. THE MANANA MAN (2002)He stood on his thin, shaking legs in the ludicrous sleeves of his pants, his buckled chest panting in a dishcloth vest. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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Translations for 'dishcloth'
British English: dishcloth /ˈdɪʃˌklɒθ/ NOUN
A dishcloth is a cloth used to dry dishes after they have been washed.
- American English: dishcloth
- Arabic: فُوطَةُ الصُّحُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: pano de louça
- Chinese: 洗碟布
- Croatian: krpa za pranje posuđa
- Czech: utěrka
- Danish: viskestykke
- Dutch: theedoek
- European Spanish: paño de cocina
- Finnish: tiskirätti
- French: torchon
- German: Spüllappen
- Greek: πιατόπανο
- Italian: strofinaccio
- Japanese: 布巾
- Korean: 행주
- Norwegian: oppvaskklut
- Polish: ścierka do naczyń
- European Portuguese: esfregão
- Romanian: cârpă de vase
- Russian: полотенце для вытирания посуды
- Spanish: trapo de cocina
- Swedish: disktrasa
- Thai: ผ้าเช็ดจาน
- Turkish: kurulama bezi
- Ukrainian: ганчірка для миття посуду
- Vietnamese: khăn lau bát
Definition of dishcloth from the Collins English Dictionary
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