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Definition of 'rinse'

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Add the rinsed and drained freekeh to the onion mixture and stir to cover in oil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add peas and cook while you rinse and drain noodles. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And it gets scarier - rinsing your bottle out makes things worse. The Sun (2016)Rinse the beans in a colander, shake dry and add to the pan. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add tomato purée, chopped tomatoes and rinsed beans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add to the pot with drained, rinsed beans and boil for 3-5 min until tender. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Peel, chunk, rinse and boil the potatoes until tender with pinch salt. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Peel, chunk, rinse and boil the potatoes until tender. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The blue rinse brigade will love it. The Sun (2011)Rinse and drain chickpeas and add to pan. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Rinse well and allow to dry naturally. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Rinse to remove most of the starch. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The "body" that beer provides makes it valuable as a hair rinse and setting lotion. Guyton, Anita The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Drain and rinse to wash away any grit or sand. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Spoon the rinsed beans and tomatoes over the top. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rinse and shake the oak leaf dry and tear into manageable sized pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My rubbish gets a quick rinse and that is it. The Sun (2016)It was somewhere between blue rinse and red light district. The Sun (2015)Rinse and drain and transfer to a bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Or soak in a weak bleach solution and rinse well. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Rinse them to remove all the pulp and spread them out to dry overnight. The Sun (2011)Shampoo and rinse your hair in the usual way. Guyton, Anita The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Then rinse and wash as normal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Gently rinse clean and pat dry, then halve by cutting across their diameter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He added that it would help with recycling, where plastic bottles need to be rinsed completely clean. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Make certain your face is dry before you go outdoors, and always rinse off all traces of soap. Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)Rinse and boil for 3 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In one study when the solution was used, the mouth was rinsed for a minute twice daily and improvement was seen within two weeks. Chaitow, Leon Bad Breath (1994)Otherwise, rinse your mouth after guzzling these - and stop smoking. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

Synonyms of 'rinse'

wash, wetting, dip, splash

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Translations for 'rinse'

British English: rinse /rɪns/ NOUN
When you give something a rinse, you wash it in clean water in order to remove dirt or soap from it.
A quick rinse isn't sufficient. Use plenty of running water to wash away all traces of shampoo.
  • American English: rinse
  • Arabic: شَطْف
  • Brazilian Portuguese: enxágue
  • Chinese: 漂洗
  • Croatian: ispiranje
  • Czech: vyplachování
  • Danish: skylning
  • Dutch: spoeling
  • European Spanish: enjuague
  • Finnish: huuhtelu
  • French: rinçage
  • German: Spülung
  • Greek: ξέβγαλμα
  • Italian: risciacquo
  • Japanese: すすぎ
  • Korean: 헹구기
  • Norwegian: utspyling
  • Polish: płukanie
  • European Portuguese: enxaguamento
  • Romanian: clătire
  • Russian: полоскание
  • Spanish: enjuague
  • Swedish: sköljmedel
  • Thai: การชำระล้าง
  • Turkish: durulama
  • Ukrainian: полоскання
  • Vietnamese: sự rửa
British English: rinse /rɪns/ VERB
When you rinse something, you wash it in clean water in order to remove dirt or soap from it.
After shampooing, always rinse the hair several times in clear water.
  • American English: rinse
  • Arabic: يَشْطُفُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: enxaguar
  • Chinese: 冲洗
  • Croatian: isprati
  • Czech: vypláchnout
  • Danish: skylle
  • Dutch: spoelen
  • European Spanish: enjuagar
  • Finnish: huuhdella
  • French: rincer
  • German: spülen
  • Greek: ξεπλένω
  • Italian: sciacquare
  • Japanese: すすぐ
  • Korean: 헹구다
  • Norwegian: skylle
  • Polish: spłukać
  • European Portuguese: enxaguar
  • Romanian: a clăti
  • Russian: полоскать
  • Spanish: enjuagar
  • Swedish: skölja
  • Thai: ชำระล้าง
  • Turkish: durulamak
  • Ukrainian: полоскати
  • Vietnamese: rửa

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