soapflakes

soapflakes

(ˈsəʊpfleɪks)
pl n
small particles of solid soap or detergent used for washing clothes
Translations

soapflakes

[ˈsəʊpfleɪks] nplpaillettes fpl de savonsoap opera nsoap m, feuilleton msoap powder nlessive f, lessive f en poudre

soapflakes

[ˈsəʊpˌfleɪks] nplsapone msg in scaglie
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Savon de Marseille soapflakes, PS12.50, Objects of Use
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TO clean your bamboo furniture add one tablespoon of borax and one cup of soapflakes to a bucket of warm water and use it to scrub with a shoebrush.
Their members used to soak them in water filled with soapflakes; they mashed the substance up and put it on the trunks of the fruit trees.
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