washing definition

washing means a process of separation by water using only size as a criterion;
washing means the entire washing process, including drying and ironing;
washing means the cleaning of laundry, fabrics, dishes and other hard surfaces.

Examples of washing in a sentence

  • Three commissions earned honorable mention: Kinnelon, Washing- ton Township (Gloucester County) and Westville.ANJEC also recognized outstanding environmental projects by nonprofit or community organizations or boards.

  • Washing was done in tap water then serial dilutions of alcohol (methyl, ethyl and absolute ethyl) were used for dehydration.

  • Presently, this serious problem is not being adequately addressed.• Washing detergents, now being used in large quantities, are adding phosphates into the return water stream.

  • Washing the slags with 5% HNO3, as well as the leaching with waste water from flue gas cleaning turned out to be promising for lowering the pH.

  • Washing is important to remove excess sterilizing agent which inhibits the growth of explant.


More Definitions of washing

washing means the removal of cargo residues from the swept or vacuumed hold or the stripped cargo tank using steam or water;
washing means the ability to wash in the bath, or shower (including getting into and out of the bath or shower) or wash by other means.
washing means Machine Washing and Hand Washing; and
washing means such process or combination of processes as may be approved in this behalf by the Central Government by which the whole or any part of the shaley and mineral matter found in the coal is removed therefrom;
washing means the separation of coal from unde- sired contaminants through use of a fluid medium.
washing means the separation of coal from undesired con- taminants through use of a fluid medium.
washing means the ability to wash in the bath, or shower or wash by other means.