Phrasal verb WASH UP

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    WASH UP

    1. To wash up something (or wash something up) is to clean the dishes, saucepans and cutlery that you have used for cooking and eating a meal.

    British and Australian English.

    Examples of use:

    1. Can you help me wash up these dishes, please?
    2. I love cooking, but I hate washing up all the saucepans afterwards.

     

    2. To wash up is to clean your hands with soap and water.

    American English.

    Examples of use:

    1. Dinner is ready – go and wash up, please.
    2. Make sure you wash up before you eat your take-out.

     

    3.Wash up something or wash something up. When something washes up it is carried to land by the sea or a river, and left there.

    International English.

    Examples of use:

    1. The old boat washed up on the beach in the storm.
    2. The sea washes up old fishing nets in the winter.
    3. A whale carcass washed up on the beach last week.
    infinitivewash up
    present simplewash up and washes up
    -ing formwashing up
    past simplewashed up
    past participlewashed up

     

     

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