from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of washing dishes.
- adj. Of, relating to, or used for washing dishes: a dishwashing liquid.
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- n. The act of cleaning the dishware.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of washing dishes
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Some one with the superpowers of dishwashing, that is.
In general terms, dispersants are a complex kind of dishwashing soap that scientists have called an environmental "crapshoot" in response to a situation like the gulf spill.
I said that US citizens of any race tend to not want to work in jobs such as dishwashing or at McDonalds.
Marcus and Walker are working in Israeli in part because the country is a worldwide leader in using reclaimed or recycled water, which includes groundwater, wastewater and grey water, which is generated from activities such as dishwashing, laundry and bathing.
What they don't tell you: Choosing highly energy-efficient appliances is one good way to ensure that routine tasks such as dishwashing and laundry don't create more carbon pollution than necessary.
Besides cosmetics, triclosan is found in an increasing number of everyday items, such as dishwashing detergent, kitchen tools, toys, trash bags, bedding, bathmats, socks, and footwear (EWG 2008).
Like the time we emptied the contents of big bottles of dishwashing suds into the fountain of the shopping mall at, I think, maybe the new Oakbrook Center?
Clean with dishwashing liquid and water, then rinse with club soda for a nice shine, Cobb writes.
Those jokes are bad enough that they may leave bruises and abrasions, but maybe they'll help keep you off dishwashing detail.
No need to go too heavy-duty here; try a mix of dishwashing detergent and water.