Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

pranie in English:

1. laundry laundry

Bring the laundry in.
The size of a man's laundry bill is no criterion of his income.
He stuffed his laundry into a large bag.
The weather's so good I think I'll hang the laundry out to dry.
Could you send someone up to pick up some laundry?
Please tell me how to use laundry starch to starch things.
Well, I clean the rooms, do the laundry, or cook an elaborate supper.
I don't have a washing machine at home, and so I have to go to the washing room in order to do the laundry.
The freshest of all scents, if it exists, is definitely not laundry soap.
He took the laundry out of the machine and hung it on the washing line.
I hung the laundry out to dry last night and by morning it had frozen hard as a rock.
I have to do laundry while it's still sunny.
I don't have a problem doing the laundry, but I hate folding the clothes.
There is a huge bundle of dirty laundry which needs to be washed.
Definition laundry is clothes, sheets, towels etc that have been used and need to be washed, or that have just been washed

English word "pranie"(laundry) occurs in sets:

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2. washing washing

It needs washing.
Hand washing is one way to control bacteria.
Washing your hands regularly is a good way to prevent catching some diseases.
In Japan, practically every family has a washing machine.
In washing himself, he started on the legs.
Drying the washing on a fine day in the rainy season; I felt like it was already summer.
Bearing in mind the durability in washing and various factors this is what we arrived at:
I'll call a repairman I know who'll be at your house to fix the washing machine promptly.
I like to eyeball my ingredients, mostly because I don't feel like washing my measuring cups over and over.
Mother is busy cooking and washing all day long.
That shirt is very dirty. It needs washing before you go to school.
In the Carteret Islands, near Papua New Guinea, some people have already had to leave their homes because the seawater is washing around their houses.
I'm in the bathroom because I'm washing my hands.
I don't have a washing machine at home, and so I have to go to the washing room in order to do the laundry.
If that washing machine goes wrong again, I shall complain to the manufacturer.

English word "pranie"(washing) occurs in sets:

Family life, social life