rinse
transitive verb
1. (to pass water over) 
a. enjuagar 
Can you dry the dishes after I finish rinsing them?¿Puedes secar los platos después de que los enjuague?
b. aclarar 
The machine will add fabric softener to the clothes as it rinses them.La máquina va a agregar suavizante a la ropa mientras la aclara.
c. lavar 
Please rinse the rice before you cook it.Por favor lava el arroz antes de cocinarlo.
noun
2. (act of rising) 
This plate is still a bit soapy. Could you give it a rinse?Este plato todavía está algo jabonoso. ¿Podrías darle un enjuague?
Our washing machine broke, so we have to give these clothes a rinse by hand.Nuestra lavadora se rompió, así que tenemos que darle un aclarado a esta ropa a mano.
3. (hair dye) 
She gave her sister's hair a reddish rinse.Le dio un reflejo rojizo al cabello de su hermana.
The hairdresser put the wrong rinse in my hair and now I'm blonde!¡La peluquera puso la tintura equivocada en mi cabello y ahora soy rubia!
rinse
Noun
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
to give something a rinseenjuagar or
transitive verb
2. (clothes, dishes) 
a. enjuagar 
b. aclarar (Spain) 
to rinse one's handsenjuagarse las manos
rinse [rɪns]
noun
1 [of clothes] aclarado (m); [of dishes etc] enjuague (m)
to give one's stockings a rinse aclarar las medias
2 (hair colouring) reflejo (m)
to give one's hair a blue rinse dar reflejos azules al pelo
transitive verb
1 [+dishes, clothes] aclarar; enjuagar; [+mouth] lavar; enjuagar
to rinse one's hands aclararse or enjuagarse las manos
After using the powder always rinse your hands
2 (colour) [+hair] dar reflejos a
Phrases with "rinse"
Here are the most popular phrases with "rinse." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
extra rinse
el enjuague adicional
rinse and spin
enjuague y centrifugado
deep rinse
enjuague profundo
second rinse
el segundo enjuague
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