Phrasal Verb 'wash'

We have 7 phrasal verb definition related to 'wash'.

Wash away

Meaning:

When floods or waves completely remove a structure, building, etc.

Example:

The ice cream stall on the beach was WASHED AWAY in the storm last night.

Wash down

Meaning:

Drink in order to swallow something solid

Example:

I WASHED the antibiotics DOWN with a glass of water.

Wash out

Meaning:

Rain so heavily that an event has to be cancelled

Example:

The rain WASHED OUT the championship final.

Wash over

Meaning:

Suddenly experience a strong emotion

Example:

He felt numb as grief WASHED OVER him.

Wash up

Meaning:

Clean everything used to prepare food and eat it

Example:

The children WASHED UP after lunch.

Wash up

Meaning:

When something in the sea or river is left on the shore or bank

Example:

After the crash, several bodies WASHED UP on the beach.

Wash up

Meaning:

Wash face and hands

Example:

Be sure you and the kids WASH UP before dinner.