Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act, or occupation, of one who launders; washing and ironing.

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  • verb Present participle of launder.
  • noun The act, or occupation, of one who launders; washing and ironing.

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  • noun washing clothes and bed linens

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Examples

  • As to those speculating that some of this reflects the justice department stretching to get at a political enemy (something that I wouldn't put past this administration), money laundering is something that all brokers and bankers have been taught about ... we have refresher courses and this was one of the most basic cases that we are required to report ...

    Re: Spitzer Out - Swampland - TIME.com

  • I guess she wasn't willing to play ball with the AF in laundering their drug money.

    California Crossings

  • How much money laundering is too much, if Macau wants to be internationally respectable?

    Macau’s Big Gamble

  • How much money laundering is too much, if Macau wants to be internationally respectable?

    Macau’s Big Gamble

  • How much money laundering is too much, if Macau wants to be internationally respectable?

    Macau’s Big Gamble

  • How much money laundering is too much, if Macau wants to be internationally respectable?

    Macau’s Big Gamble

  • The Banks and other areas are involved in laundering money.

    Think Progress » Secret Service Officers Remove CNN Producer from Hu Photo-Op For Asking Question

  • Most humans do not have to bother about how they launder clothes except for following washing instructions on the label; but for those who have even the slightest compromise in their immune system, meticulous clothes laundering is essential.

    How to wash cloth « oneduasan

  • Most of us today do tend to over-launder simply because laundering is so easy; children find it much easier to deposit a barely worn garment in a laundry hamper than to hang it nicely for airing or fold it neatly for the shelf.

    Boing Boing: September 25, 2005 - October 1, 2005 Archives

  • Money laundering is the process that disguises illegal profits without compromising the criminals who wish to benefit from the proceeds.

    How to launder money

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