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(1) Coarse alluvial sediments. (2) The downslope movement of small particles of soil by overland flow. Also called sheetwash. (3) A term used in the United States for a shallow intermittent stream cha [..]
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Gains equal losses.
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1 [transitive] to clean something, usually with soap and waterI’ve got to wash the car.a freshly washed shirtSynonyms and related words To wash something clean:wash, flush out, scrub... [..]
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late Old English wæsc "act of washing," from wash (v.). Meaning "clothes set aside to be washed" is attested from 1789; meaning "thin coat of paint" is recorded from 169 [..]
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Old English wascan "to wash, cleanse, bathe," transitive sense in late Old English, from Proto-Germanic *watskan "to wash" (source also of Old Norse vaska, Middle Dutch wasscen, Du [..]
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/ˈwɑːʃ/ verb washes; washed; washing 1 wash /ˈwɑːʃ/ verb washes; washed; washing Learner's definition of WASH 1  : to clean (something) with water and usually soap [+ object] wash cl [..]
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IN, WASH-OUT - A method of increasing lift by increasing (Wash-In) or decreasing (Wash-Out) the ANGLE OF INCIDENCE on the outer part of an airplane wing to counteract the effects of engine TORQUE.
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Landscape feature which may carry surface water during rainy months
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a thin coat of water-base paint clean with some chemical process the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water) the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the bottom of a canyon) move by or as [..]
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to make clean, using soap and water
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Definition A situation in which two actions cancel each other out. An example is a gain and a loss of the same size.
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vashn zikh
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vashn
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vesh
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To apply a liquid to the surface of an object to remove dirt; often a cleansing agent is added to the liquid; the process may not kill microorganisms.
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A sloped area or the area water will run over.
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This is actually sweet lemonade made from Jamaican sugar, water and Jamaican limes. T
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(v) to cleanse (itself or another animal) by licking(n) a thin coat of water-base paint(n) the work of cleansing (usually with soap and water)(n) the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the b [..]
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A normally dry stream bed that ocassionally fills with water.
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The accumulation of silt and alluvium in the estuary. Soil carried away by water. Also, the visible and audible motion of agitated water, especially that caused by the passage of a vessel.
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Term refers to high pressure spray or brushes using detergent solutions on the vehicle.
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machine
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retract
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Generic term for removing loose dirt and other contaminants before any other exterior services are performed. This can include a normal car wash, water-less car wash or the use of a spray detailer.
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A shallow streambed with steep sides cut into unconsolidated sediments. This kind of streambed usually carries water only after brief, local precipitation.
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The waves created by a vessel. Not to be confused with wake.
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A thinned-out latex or acrylic paint.
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Broken water at bow of a vessel making way. Disturbed water made by a propeller or paddle wheel.
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 Waves created by a vessel in motion.
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Waves made by a vessel making way
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Turbulence behind a vessel created by the prop(s) and/or the vessel itself.
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The waves created by a vessel. Not to be confused with wake.
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the turbulence behind a vessel or from its propeller. Ship's Watches Watch Name Bells Rung 12 Hour Clock 24 Hour Clock Middle Watch 8 Bellsthru8 Bells Midnightthru4:00 AM 2400 Hoursthru0400 Hou [..]
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(1) Broken water at bow of a vessel making way. (2) Disturbed water made by a propeller or paddle wheel. (3) The rush or sweeping of waves on a bank, shore, or vessel.
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to apply a liquid to the surface of an object to remove dirt; often a cleansing agent is added to the liquid; the process may not kill microorganisms.
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to apply a liquid to the surface of an object to remove dirt; often a cleansing agent is added to the liquid; the process may not kill microorganisms.
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A blitzing (1)
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The sloping upper surface of a coping, sill or chimney cap, designed to carry off water; a technique used in water colours and other art works on paper.
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A thin, usually broadly applied, layer of transparent or heavily diluted paint or ink.
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In petroleum refining, to cleanse or purify oils by agitation with water or chemicals.
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Used in watercolor painting, brush drawing, and occasionally in oil painting and sculpture, the term describes a broad thin layer of diluted pigment, ink, glaze, or patina. It also refers to a drawing [..]
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A wash is a technique used as part of a piece of work or used to create a piece of work in it's own right. Washes can be desribed as a broad layer of diluted pigment, ink or glaze used particulal [..]
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Used in watercolor painting, brush drawing, and occasionally in oil painting and sculpture to describe a broad thin layer of diluted pigment, ink, glaze or patina. Also refers to a drawing made in this technique.
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 - A thin layer of translucent (or transparent) paint or ink, particularly in watercolor; also used occasionally in oil painting.
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A thin and transparent layer of ink or paint.
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a thin layer of transparent colour, especially used with the technique of watercolour art.
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Washes are thin or semi-transparent layers of paint applied to a painting surface by artists. It goes without saying that water colours are nothing but washes, but colour washes can also be achieved t [..]
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A painting technique in which a diluted paint is applied lightly over a large area.
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To clean with water. (The car is so dirty, we need to wash it.) (Dishwashers wash dishes much more efficiently than most humans.) * '''1917''', Lester Angell Round, Harold Locke Lang, ''Preserv [..]
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Gains equal losses.
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Wash may refer to:
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Term used in the production of distilled beverages. Wash is the finished product of fermentation destined to be distilled for the first time. Distillation being the removal of impurities or purificat [..]
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WASH (97.1 FM) is a radio station owned and operated by iHeartMedia and located in Washington, D.C.. Known on-air as "Wash-FM", the station has an Mainstream AC format. The station also streams its br [..]
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A wash is a term for a visual arts technique resulting in a semi-transparent layer of color. A wash of diluted ink or watercolor paint applied in combination with drawing is called pen and wash, wash [..]
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WASH (or Watsan, WaSH) is an acronym that stands for "water, sanitation and hygiene". Universal, affordable and sustainable access to WASH is a key public health issue within international developmen [..]
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Ronald Washington Jr., better known by his stage name Wash, is an American singer.
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