wash\ up

wash\ up
1. I
1) aren't you going to wash up? ты не собираешься помыться /умыться/?
2) he helped his wife to wash up он помог жене вымыть /помыть/ посуду
2. III
wash up smth. /smth. up/ wash up the dishes (pots and pans, the plates, etc.) мыть посуду и т.д.
3. XI
1) be washed up at some time have the dinner things-been washed up yet? посуду после обеда уже помыли?
2) be washed up by smth. be washed up by the sea (by the waves. by the tide, etc.) быть выброшенным на берег морем и т.д.; be washed up on smth. be washed up on the shore быть выброшенным на берег; wreckage (all this timber, etc.) has been washed up on the beach волны вынесли на песок /пляж/ обломки и т.д.
3) be washed up coll. our vacation plans are all washed up все наши отпускные планы лопнули; after that performance he's all washed up as a singer после этого выступления он как певец кончился
4. XVI
wash up before smth.
1) let's wash up before dinner [давай] пойдем помоемся /умоемся/ перед обедом
2) wash up after smth. we had someone in to wash up after the party мы пригласили /наняли/ человека, который помог нам с мытьем посуды после вечеринки
5. XXI1
wash up smth. ой smth. the storm washed the boat up on the shore ураганом лодку выбросило на берег

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