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rinse

 (rĭns)
tr.v. rinsed, rins·ing, rins·es
1. To wash lightly with water.
2. To remove (soap, for example) by washing lightly in water.
n.
1. The act of washing lightly.
2. A solution, such as water, used in rinsing.
3. A solution used in coloring or conditioning the hair.

[Middle English rincen, from Old French rincier, from Vulgar Latin *recentiāre, from Latin recēns, recent-, fresh; see recent.]

rins′a·ble, rins′i·ble adj.
rins′er n.

rinse

(rɪns)
vb (tr)
1. to remove soap from (clothes, etc) by applying clean water in the final stage in washing
2. to wash lightly, esp without using soap: to rinse one's hands.
3. (Hairdressing & Grooming) to give a light tint to (hair)
n
4. the act or an instance of rinsing
5. (Hairdressing & Grooming) hairdressing a liquid preparation put on the hair when wet to give a tint to it: a blue rinse.
[C14: from Old French rincer, from Latin recens fresh, new]
ˈrinsable, ˈrinsible, rinseable adj
ˌrinsaˈbility, ˌrinsiˈbility n
ˈrinser n

rinse

(rɪns)

v. rinsed, rins•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to wash lightly, as by pouring water over or by dipping in water.
2. to douse or drench in clean water as a final stage in washing.
3. to remove (soap, dirt, etc.) by such a process (often fol. by off or out).
4. to use a rinse on (the hair).
n.
5. an act or instance of rinsing.
6. the water used for rinsing.
7. any preparation that may be used on the hair after washing, esp. to tint or condition the hair.
8. an act or instance of using such a preparation.
[1300–50; Middle English < Middle French rincer, Old French recincier < Vulgar Latin *recentiāre to make new, refresh, v. derivative of Latin recēns, s. recent- fresh, recent]

rinse


Past participle: rinsed
Gerund: rinsing

Imperative
rinse
rinse
Present
I rinse
you rinse
he/she/it rinses
we rinse
you rinse
they rinse
Preterite
I rinsed
you rinsed
he/she/it rinsed
we rinsed
you rinsed
they rinsed
Present Continuous
I am rinsing
you are rinsing
he/she/it is rinsing
we are rinsing
you are rinsing
they are rinsing
Present Perfect
I have rinsed
you have rinsed
he/she/it has rinsed
we have rinsed
you have rinsed
they have rinsed
Past Continuous
I was rinsing
you were rinsing
he/she/it was rinsing
we were rinsing
you were rinsing
they were rinsing
Past Perfect
I had rinsed
you had rinsed
he/she/it had rinsed
we had rinsed
you had rinsed
they had rinsed
Future
I will rinse
you will rinse
he/she/it will rinse
we will rinse
you will rinse
they will rinse
Future Perfect
I will have rinsed
you will have rinsed
he/she/it will have rinsed
we will have rinsed
you will have rinsed
they will have rinsed
Future Continuous
I will be rinsing
you will be rinsing
he/she/it will be rinsing
we will be rinsing
you will be rinsing
they will be rinsing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rinsing
you have been rinsing
he/she/it has been rinsing
we have been rinsing
you have been rinsing
they have been rinsing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rinsing
you will have been rinsing
he/she/it will have been rinsing
we will have been rinsing
you will have been rinsing
they will have been rinsing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rinsing
you had been rinsing
he/she/it had been rinsing
we had been rinsing
you had been rinsing
they had been rinsing
Conditional
I would rinse
you would rinse
he/she/it would rinse
we would rinse
you would rinse
they would rinse
Past Conditional
I would have rinsed
you would have rinsed
he/she/it would have rinsed
we would have rinsed
you would have rinsed
they would have rinsed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rinse - a liquid preparation used on wet hair to give it a tintrinse - a liquid preparation used on wet hair to give it a tint
hair coloring, hair dye - a dye or tint for the hair
2.rinse - the removal of soap with clean water in the final stage of washingrinse - the removal of soap with clean water in the final stage of washing
lavation, washing, wash - the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water)
remotion, removal - the act of removing; "he had surgery for the removal of a malignancy"
3.rinse - the act of giving a light tint to the hair
hair coloring - the act of dyeing or tinting one's hair
4.rinse - washing lightly without soap
lavation, washing, wash - the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water)
Verb1.rinse - wash off soap or remaining dirt
scour, flush, purge - rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid; "flush the wound with antibiotics"; "purge the old gas tank"
launder, wash - cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water; "Wash the towels, please!"
2.rinse - clean with some chemical process
wash off, wash away, wash out, wash - remove by the application of water or other liquid and soap or some other cleaning agent; "he washed the dirt from his coat"; "The nurse washed away the blood"; "Can you wash away the spots on the windows?"; "he managed to wash out the stains"
elute - wash out with a solvent, as in chromatography
swear out, process, serve - deliver a warrant or summons to someone; "He was processed by the sheriff"
launder, wash - cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water; "Wash the towels, please!"
wash - separate dirt or gravel from (precious minerals)
3.rinse - rinse one's mouth and throat with mouthwash; "gargle with this liquid"
lave, wash - cleanse (one's body) with soap and water

rinse

verb
1. wash, clean, wet, dip, splash, cleanse, bathe, wash out After washing always rinse the hair in clear water.
noun
1. wash, wetting, dip, splash, bath plenty of lather followed by a rinse with cold water
Translations
سائِل لِصَبْغ الشَّعْرشَطْفشَطْفَه، غَسْلَهيَشْطُفيَشْطُفُ
vypláchnoutvyplachovánímáchatopláchnoutopláchnutí
skylleskylninghårtoningsmiddelskyl
huuhdellahuuhteluhuuhtoa
ispiranjeisprati
bemosásöblítöblöget
hárskol, skolskolaskolun
すすぎすすぐ
헹구기헹구다
išskalautiplaukų dažaipraskalautiskalautiskalavimas
izskalotpaskalotskalojamais šķidrumsskalošanaskalot
opláchnutieprelivvyplákať
izpiranjeizprati
sköljasköljmedel
การชำระล้างชำระล้าง
durulamadurulamakgeçici saç boyasıçalkalamaçalkalamak
rửasự rửa

rinse

[rɪns]
A. N
1. [of clothes] → aclarado m; [of dishes etc] → enjuague m
to give one's stockings a rinseaclarar las medias
2. (= hair colouring) → reflejo m
to give one's hair a blue rinsedar reflejos azules al pelo
B. VT
1. [+ dishes, clothes] → aclarar, enjuagar; [+ mouth] → lavar, enjuagar
to rinse one's handsaclararse or enjuagarse las manos
2. (= colour) [+ hair] → dar reflejos a
rinse out VT + ADV [+ dirt] → lavar; [+ cup] → enjuagar; [+ one's mouth] → enjuagarse

rinse

[ˈrɪns]
n
(= wash) → rinçage m
to give sth a rinse → rincer qch
(= dye) → teinture f
(= mouthwash) → bain m de bouche
vt
(= wash soap off) [+ plates, dishes, clothes] → rincer
to rinse one's hair → se rincer les cheveux
Shampoo and rinse your hair → Lavez et rincez vos cheveux.
(= dye) to rinse one's hair → se faire un rinçage
She rinsed her hair blond → Elle s'est fait teindre en blond.
(with mouthwash) to rinse one's mouth → se rincer la bouche

rinse

n
(= act)Spülung f; to give something a rinse (clothes, hair)etw spülen; platesetw abspülen; cup, mouthetw ausspülen; have a rinse (said by dentist) → bitte spülen
(for hair) → Spülung f; (= colorant)Tönung f
vt
clothes, hairspülen; platesabspülen; cup, mouth, basinausspülen; to rinse one’s handssich (dat)die Hände abspülen; to rinse the soap off one’s handssich (dat)die Seife von den Händen abspülen
(= colour with a rinse) hairtönen

rinse

[rɪns]
1. n(ri)sciacquatura; (quick) → (ri)sciacquata; (hair-colouring) → cachet m inv
to give sth a rinse → dare una sciacquata a qc
2. vt(ri)sciacquare
to rinse (the soap off) one's hands → sciacquarsi le mani
rinse out vt + advsciacquare
to rinse out one's mouth → sciacquarsi la bocca

rinse

(rins) verb
(often with out).
1. to wash (clothes etc) in clean water to remove soap etc. After washing the towels, rinse them (out).
2. to clean (a cup, one's mouth etc) by filling with clean water etc and then emptying the water out. The dentist asked me to rinse my mouth out.
noun
1. the act of rinsing. Give the cup a rinse.
2. a liquid used for changing the colour of hair. a blue rinse.

rinse

شَطْف, يَشْطُفُ vypláchnout, vyplachování skylle, skylning spülen, Spülung ξέβγαλμα, ξεπλένω enjuagar, enjuague huuhdella, huuhtelu rinçage, rincer ispiranje, isprati risciacquo, sciacquare すすぎ, すすぐ 헹구기, 헹구다 spoelen, spoeling skylle, utspyling płukanie, spłukać enxaguamento, enxaguar, enxágue полоскание, полоскать skölja, sköljmedel การชำระล้าง, ชำระล้าง durulama, durulamak rửa, sự rửa 冲洗, 漂洗

rinse

n enjuage m; vt enjuagar
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