Spanish translation of 'car wash'
See also car
tren m or túnel m de lavado (de coches)
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Example Sentences Including 'car wash'
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The night was black, the rain flat against the windscreen like sheet water in a car wash.LET NOT THE DEEP
He had taken it to the car wash, aware of the impending return of the Senior Planning Officer.A TROUT IN THE MILK
Trends of 'car wash'
Used Rarely. car wash is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'car wash' in Other Languages
British English: car wash /kɑː wɒʃ/ NOUN
A car wash is a place with special equipment, where you can pay to have your car washed.
- American English: car wash
- Arabic: غَسِيلُ السَّيَّارة
- Brazilian Portuguese: lava rápido
- Chinese: 洗车
- Croatian: praonica automobila
- Czech: mycí linka
- Danish: bilvask
- Dutch: wasstraat
- European Spanish: túnel de lavado
- Finnish: autopesula
- French: station de lavage
- German: Autowaschanlage
- Greek: πλυντήριο αυτοκινήτων
- Italian: autolavaggio
- Japanese: 洗車機
- Korean: 세차
- Norwegian: bilvask
- Polish: myjnia samochodowa
- European Portuguese: lavagem de automóveis
- Romanian: spălătorie auto
- Russian: автомойка
- Spanish: lavado de carros
- Swedish: biltvätt
- Thai: ที่ล้างรถ
- Turkish: oto yıkama
- Ukrainian: автомийка
- Vietnamese: điểm rửa xe
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