machine wash

IPA: mʌʃˈinwˈɑʃ

noun

  • A wash in a washing machine (of clothing etc.)

verb

  • (transitive) To wash using a machine; especially, to wash (clothes) in a washing machine.

machine-wash

IPA: mʌʃˈinwɑʃ

verb

  • Alternative spelling of machine wash [(transitive) To wash using a machine; especially, to wash (clothes) in a washing machine.]

Examples of "machine-wash" in Sentences

  • For good measure, occasionally machine-wash the bag and don't let kids play with it.
  • But it can be tricky to figure out when to dry-clean and when to hand - or machine-wash.
  • As much as 85 percent of the energy used to machine-wash clothes goes to heating the water.
  • I machine-wash basic pieces in cold water on a delicate cycle and hand-wash those with decoration, drying them with care to preserve their shape.
  • You may also be able to machine-wash small rugs, and it's a good idea to occasionally take larger ones outside and beat them with them with a broom.
  • Don't machine-wash brass, bronze, cast iron, disposable plastics, gold-colored flatware, gold-leaf china, hollow-handle knives, pewter, tin, or anything made of wood or with a wood handle. 5.

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