English translation of 'lavarse'
Verb Table reflexive verbSee also lavar
to wash ⧫ have a wash
tengo que lavarme antes de salir I need to wash or have a wash before going out
lavarse los dientes to clean one’s teeth
me lavé las manos antes de comer I washed my hands before eating
el gobierno se lavó las manos ante este asunto the government washed their hands of the whole affair
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Creía dejarla recogida cuando Loto vuela de la cama a lavarse las manos.Operación Primavera
Cuando el cámara se retiró, una de ellas empezó, medio a escondidas, a lavarse el cuello por el interior del collarín.Viajes a la marginación
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