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Brush vs Wash - What's the difference?

brush | wash |


As a noun brush

is an implement consisting of multiple more or less flexible bristles or other filaments attached to a handle, used for any of various purposes including cleaning, painting, and arranging hair.

As a verb brush

is to clean with a brush.

As an initialism wash is

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Clear vs Wash - What's the difference?

clear | wash |


As a noun clear

is (scientology) an idea state of beingness free of unwanted influences.

As an initialism wash is

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Sweep vs Wash - What's the difference?

sweep | wash |


As a verb sweep

is to clean (a surface) by means of a motion of a broom or brush.

As a noun sweep

is the person who steers a dragon boat.

As an initialism wash is

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Wash vs Scrubs - What's the difference?

wash | scrubs |


As an initialism wash

is .

As a noun scrubs is

a protective plastic gown worn by a surgeon when performing surgery.

Load vs Wash - What's the difference?

load | wash |


As a noun load

is a burden; a weight to be carried.

As a verb load

is to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

As an initialism wash is

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Creek vs Wash - What's the difference?

creek | wash |


As a noun creek

is one of a native american tribe from the southeastern united states.

As a proper noun creek

is the muskogean language of the creek tribe.

As an adjective creek

is of or pertaining to the creek tribe.

As an initialism wash is

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Wash vs Tidy - What's the difference?

wash | tidy |


As an initialism wash

is .

As a proper noun tidy is

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Wash vs Rinsing - What's the difference?

wash | rinsing |


As an initialism wash

is .

As a verb rinsing is

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As a noun rinsing is

the act by which something is rinsed.

Waist vs Wash - What's the difference?

waist | wash |


As a noun waist

is the part of the body between the pelvis and the stomach.

As an initialism wash is

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Soak vs Wash - What's the difference?

soak | wash |


As a verb soak

is (label) to be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it.

As a noun soak

is an immersion in water etc.

As an initialism wash is

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