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clean significa in italiano

IngleseItaliano
clean [cleaned, cleaning, cleans] ((transitive) to remove dirt from a place or object)
verb
[UK: kliːn]
[US: ˈkliːn]

pulireverbI'm clean. = Io sono pulita.

clean [cleaner, cleanest] (not dirty)
adjective
[UK: kliːn]
[US: ˈkliːn]

pulitoadjectiveI'm clean. = Io sono pulita.

clean sweep noun

piazza pulitanoun
{f}

clean up (to make an area or a thing clean)
verb
[UK: kliːn ʌp]
[US: ˈkliːn ʌp]

ripulireverb

clean up one's act (reform)
verb

darsi una regolataverb

mettersi in rigaverb

cleaner [cleaners] (person who cleans)
noun
[UK: ˈkliː.nə(r)]
[US: ˈkliː.nər]

addetta alle pulizienoun
{f}

addetto alle pulizienoun
{m}

cleanliness (the property of being cleanly)
noun
[UK: ˈklen.lɪ.nəs]
[US: ˈklen.li.nəs]

pulizianoun
{f}
My wife is obsessed with cleanliness. = Mia moglie è ossessionata dalla pulizia.

cleanse [cleansed, cleansing, cleanses] (to clean, purify)
verb
[UK: klenz]
[US: ˈklenz]

detergereverb

pulireverbThat red cloth is a fukusa; it is a vital tool used to cleanse the tea equipment. = Quel tessuto rosso è un fukusa; è uno strumento essenziale per pulire l'apparecchiatura da tè.

purificareverb

ripulireverb

cleansing (that cleanses)
adjective
[UK: ˈklenz.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈklenz.ɪŋ]

detergenteadjective
{m}

pulitoreadjective
{m}

cleansing (the process of removing dirt, toxins etc.)
noun
[UK: ˈklenz.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈklenz.ɪŋ]

pulizianoun
{f}

a new broom sweeps clean (new management will often make radical changes)
phrase
[UK: ə njuː bruːm swiːps kliːn]
[US: ə nuː ˈbruːm ˈswiːps ˈkliːn]

scopa nuova scopa benephrase

come clean (to confess)
verb
[UK: kʌm kliːn]
[US: ˈkəm ˈkliːn]

confessareverb

dry cleaner (business establishment that engages in dry cleaning)
noun

tintorianoun
{f}

dry cleaning (process of cleaning without water)
noun
[UK: draɪ ˈkliːn.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈdraɪ ˈkliːn.ɪŋ]

lavaggio a secconoun
{m}

ethnic cleansing noun
[UK: ˈeθ.nɪk ˈklenz.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈeθ.nɪk ˈklenz.ɪŋ]

pulizia etnicanoun
{f}

Periclean (Of or relating to Ancient Greek politician Pericles)
adjective

pericleoadjective

pipe cleaner (wire which is used to clean small crevices)
noun
[UK: paɪp ˈkliː.nə(r)]
[US: ˈpaɪp ˈkliː.nər]

curapipenoun
{m}

spring cleaning (systematic cleaning at the end of winter)
noun

pulizie di primaveranoun
{f-Pl}

vacuum cleaner (machine for cleaning)
noun
[UK: ˈvæ.kjʊəm.ˌkliː.nə]
[US: ˈvæ.kjʊəm.ˌkliː.nə]

aspirapolverenoun
{m}

window cleaner [window cleaners] (person)
noun
[UK: ˈwɪn.dəʊ ˈkliː.nə(r)]
[US: ˈwɪndo.ʊ ˈkliː.nər]

lavavetrinoun
{m}

Zanclean (earliest age of the Pliocene epoch)
proper noun

Zancleanoproper noun

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