strip-wash

strip-wash

n
a thorough, all-over wash with a flannel, sponge, etc, and water but without getting into a bath or shower
vb
to have or give a strip-wash
Translations

strip-wash

[ˈstrɪpwɒʃ] VTlavar por completo
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'It is if I say it is, Fraulein.' 'But we are only allowed so much hot water and regulations state that each girl receives a full bath only once a week, and this, with a strip-wash every day, cleaning under the arms with a flannel, should be sufficient to keep each individual clean.
I asked for a wet-room downstairs and was told, under new Government rules, if you can strip-wash you are not eligible for a downstairs bathroom.
The caravan was full of earwigs and we'd have to strip-wash in the sink and go for freezing cold toilet runs at six in 'Rowland Rivron 'Everything's that bit more fun in a caravan' BBC1'S Holiday presenter Rowland Rivron, 52, his wife Monica, 48, and their three children - Dan, 17, Ella, 15, and 11-year-old Ned - live in London but spend their summer holidays in their purpose-built caravan in the south of France.
He was forced to strip-wash for 18 months with the help of his wife.
"But if we felt, for example, that they could manage with a strip-wash for a few weeks, then they would wait for a visit.
Why should we have to strip-wash in sinks?" The letter was signed by two inmates on behalf of all 336 prisoners, including West, at HMP Low Newton in Co Durham.