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Definition of 'soap powder'

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Example sentences containing 'soap powder'

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She smells the sweet smell of cheap soap powder, traces the mottled pattern of diminished stains. Various LOOKING FOR THE SPARKEmma set down the food on top of a box containing cartons of soap powder. Barbara Erskine HIDING FROM THE LIGHTA thin film of soap powder covered the entire room, but the smell was not of soap. Barbara Erskine HIDING FROM THE LIGHT

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Translations for 'soap powder'

British English: soap powder /səʊp ˈpaʊdə/ NOUN
Soap powder is a powder made from soap and other substances that you use for washing your clothes, especially in a machine.
  • American English: laundry detergent
  • Arabic: مَسْحُوقُ الصَّابُون
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sabão em pó
  • Chinese: 皂粉
  • Croatian: prašak za pranje
  • Czech: prací prášek
  • Danish: sæbepulver
  • Dutch: zeeppoeder
  • European Spanish: jabón en polvo
  • Finnish: pesupulveri
  • French: lessive en poudre
  • German: Seifenpulver
  • Greek: σαπούνι σε σκόνη
  • Italian: detersivo in polvere
  • Japanese: 粉石鹸
  • Korean: 가루비누
  • Norwegian: vaskepulver
  • Polish: proszek do prania
  • European Portuguese: sabão em pó
  • Romanian: detergent
  • Russian: стиральный порошок
  • Latin American Spanish: jabón en polvo
  • Swedish: tvåltvättmedel
  • Thai: ผงสบู่
  • Turkish: sabun tozu
  • Ukrainian: пральний порошок
  • Vietnamese: bột giặt

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Definition of soap powder from the Collins English Dictionary
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