"lavarse" English translation

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"lavarse" in English

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ES lavarse
volume_up
[lavándose|lavado] {verb}

1. general

lavarse (also: arreglarse)
volume_up
to freshen up {vb} (wash)
lavarse
volume_up
to wash up {vb} [Amer.] (wash oneself)

2. "dientes"

to have a wash and brush-up

3. "empaparse", Colombia, colloquial

Context sentences for "lavarse" in English

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SpanishEste lado de la Cámara no está preparado para lavarse las manos frente al problema al estilo de Poncio Pilatos.
We on this side of the House are not prepared to play Pontius Pilate, washing our hands of the problem.
SpanishHa llegado la hora de que algunos miembros del Consejo dejen de jugar a Poncio Pilatos y dejen de lavarse las manos.
The time has come for some members of the Council to stop playing Pontius Pilate and washing their hands.
SpanishNo se trata de lavarse evitando mojarse.
It is not about washing ourselves but not getting wet.
SpanishBeber, alimentarse, lavarse, cultivar...: el agua irriga cada uno de los actos de nuestra vida cotidiana.
Drinking, eating, washing, farming - water irrigates each act of our daily life and we treat it, wrongly, as an unfailing and inexhaustible resource.
Spanish"Tienes razón, Carlo," me respondió, "tienes razón", pero no fue a lavarse y continuó con la crema en la cara.
'You are right, Carlo,' she replied, 'you are right' , but she did not remove the cream from her face and I could not sleep for the rest of the night.
Spanish" Tienes razón, Carlo, " me respondió, " tienes razón ", pero no fue a lavarse y continuó con la crema en la cara.
'You are right, Carlo,'she replied, 'you are right ', but she did not remove the cream from her face and I could not sleep for the rest of the night.
Spanishha ido a lavarse las manos
SpanishTradicionalmente, la higiene de las manos, como lavarse las manos antes y después de atender los pacientes, se ha considerado la única manera más importante de reducir tales infecciones.
Increasingly, the use of alcohol-based hand rub is used alongside or in replacement of traditional washing with soap and water.
SpanishBeber, alimentarse, lavarse, cultivar...: el agua irriga cada uno de los actos de nuestra vida cotidiana.
(FR) Drinking, eating, washing, farming - water irrigates each act of our daily life and we treat it, wrongly, as an unfailing and inexhaustible resource.