rinse (rinses, present participle rinsing; past and past participle rinsed)
- (transitive) To wash (something) quickly using water and no soap.
- You'd better rinse that stain before putting the shirt in the washing machine.
- (transitive) To remove soap from (something) using water.
- Rinse the dishes after you wash them.
- (UK, slang) To thoroughly defeat in an argument, fight or other competition.
- Oh no.
- You got rinsed.
- French: rincer
- German: spülen
- Italian: risciacquare, sciacquare
- Portuguese: enxaguar
- Russian: полоска́ть
- Spanish: enjuagar
rinse (plural rinses)
- The action of rinsing.
- I'll just give this knife a quick rinse.
- A liquid used to rinse, now particularly a hair dye.
- I had a henna rinse yesterday.
- French: rinçage