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  • 1 mop

    Англо-русский словарь по экономике и финансам > mop

  • 2 mop

    mop up

    English-Russian military dictionary > mop

  • 3 mop

    I [mɒp]
    1) (for floors) (of cotton) scopa f. a filacce; (of sponge) spazzolone m. (rivestito di spugna)
    2) (for dishes) spazzolino m. per stoviglie
    3) (hair) zazzera f.
    II [mɒp]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - pp-)
    1) (wash) lavare, spazzare [floor, deck]

    to mop one's face, brow — asciugarsi la faccia, la fronte

    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) spazzolone, mocio; (scopetta per lavare i piatti)
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) zazzera
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) spazzata
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) spazzare
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) asciugare
    * * *
    [mɒp]
    1. n
    (for floor) mocio m Vileda ® inv, (for dishes) spazzolino per i piatti, (fam: hair) cespuglio or testa di capelli
    2. vt
    (floor) lavare
    * * *
    mop (1) /mɒp/
    n.
    1 scopa con frangia di cotone (o spugna) per lavaggio dei pavimenti; straccio; mocio®
    3 (naut.) redazza, radazza
    4 (= mophead) massa incolta di capelli; zazzera
    ● (fam.) mop top, persona zazzeruta; capellone □ (fam.) mop-up, asciugata (o lavata) con uno straccio; ultimo tocco; colpo finale; colpetto (fam.).
    mop (2) /mɒp/
    n.
    (nella loc.) mops and mows, smorfie, boccacce.
    (to) mop (1) /mɒp/
    v. t.
    1 lavare, pulire con lo straccio, spazzare ( i pavimenti, ecc.): DIALOGO → - Chores- Can you mop the kitchen floor when you've finished the dishes?, puoi passare lo straccio in cucina quando hai finito i piatti?
    3 (naut.) radazzare
    4 asciugare; tergere: to mop one's brow, asciugarsi la fronte
    ● (fam.) to mop the floor with sb., dare una grossa batosta a q. to mop up, asciugare, prosciugare, raccogliere; (fam.) mangiare, bere avidamente; papparsi, scolarsi; finire, sbrigare; (fin.) ritirare ( redditi, risorse finanziarie) dalla circolazione; (mil.) rastrellare: Mop up the spilt wine, asciuga il vino versato!; (fin.) to mop up the funds, prosciugare i fondi □ (fam.) to mop up all the profits, assorbire (o prendersi) tutti gli utili □ to mop up the sauce with a piece of bread, fare la scarpetta (fam.).
    (to) mop (2) /mɒp/
    v. i.
    to mop and mow, fare smorfie; far boccacce.
    * * *
    I [mɒp]
    1) (for floors) (of cotton) scopa f. a filacce; (of sponge) spazzolone m. (rivestito di spugna)
    2) (for dishes) spazzolino m. per stoviglie
    3) (hair) zazzera f.
    II [mɒp]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - pp-)
    1) (wash) lavare, spazzare [floor, deck]

    to mop one's face, brow — asciugarsi la faccia, la fronte

    English-Italian dictionary > mop

  • 4 mop

    mop
    1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) fregona
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) pelambrera
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) fregado

    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) fregar, limpiar
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) limpiar
    mop n fregona
    tr[mɒp]
    1 (for floor) fregona
    2 familiar (of hair) mata de pelo
    1 (floor) fregar, limpiar
    2 (brow, tears) enjugarse ( with, con), secarse
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to give something a mop pasar la fregona por algún lugar
    mop ['mɑp] vt, mopped ; mopping : trapear
    mop n
    : trapeador m
    n.
    estregadera s.f.
    estropajo s.m.
    fregador s.m.
    fregona s.f.
    lampazo s.m.
    rodilla s.f.
    v.
    aljofifar v.
    fregar v.
    lampacear v.
    secar v.
    trapear v.

    I mɑːp, mɒp
    a) ( for floor) trapeador m (AmL), fregona f (Esp)
    b)

    mop of hairmata f de pelo, pelambre f


    II
    - pp- transitive verb \<\<floor/room\>\> limpiar, trapear (AmL), pasarle la fregona a (Esp)

    to mop one's brow — secarse* la frente

    Phrasal Verbs:
    [mɒp]
    1. N
    1) (for floor) fregona f, trapeador m (LAm); (for dishes) estropajo m
    2) *

    mop of hairpelambrera f, melena f

    2.
    VT [+ floor] fregar, trapear (LAm); [+ brow] enjugar
    * * *

    I [mɑːp, mɒp]
    a) ( for floor) trapeador m (AmL), fregona f (Esp)
    b)

    mop of hairmata f de pelo, pelambre f


    II
    - pp- transitive verb \<\<floor/room\>\> limpiar, trapear (AmL), pasarle la fregona a (Esp)

    to mop one's brow — secarse* la frente

    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-spanish dictionary > mop

  • 5 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) moppe; svaber
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) manke
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) mopning
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) moppe; svabre
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) tørre
    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) moppe; svaber
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) manke
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) mopning
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) moppe; svabre
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) tørre

    English-Danish dictionary > mop

  • 6 mop

    [mɔp] 1. n
    ( for floor) mop m; ( for dishes) zmywak m ( na rączce); ( of hair) czupryna f
    2. vt
    floor myć (umyć perf), zmywać (zmyć perf); eyes, face ocierać (otrzeć perf)
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) zmywak
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) czupryna
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) mycie
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) zmywać
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) ocierać

    English-Polish dictionary > mop

  • 7 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) mop
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) kštice
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) stírat mopem
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) utřít mopem
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) usušit
    * * *
    • grimasa
    • mop

    English-Czech dictionary > mop

  • 8 mop up

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > mop up

  • 9 mop

    nyüstbojt, kötélkóc-seprű, törlőrongy, grimasz to mop: súrol, feltöröl, felsúrol, nyüstbojttal tisztogat
    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) nyeles súrolórongy
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) hajcsomó
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) felmosás
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) felsúrol
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) megtöröl

    English-Hungarian dictionary > mop

  • 10 mop

    mop [mɒp]
    1. noun
       b. [of hair] tignasse f
    [+ floor, surface] passer la serpillière sur
       a. [+ liquid] éponger
       b. [+ profits] récupérer
    * * *
    [mɒp] 1.
    1) ( for floors) ( of cotton) balai m à franges; ( of sponge) balai m éponge; ( for dishes) lavette f
    2) ( hair) crinière (colloq) f
    2.
    transitive verb (p prés etc - pp-)
    1) ( wash) laver [quelque chose] à grande eau
    2) ( wipe)

    to mop one's face/brow — s'éponger le visage/le front

    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-French dictionary > mop

  • 11 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) mop, spă­lător, pămătuf
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) smoc
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) curăţare (cu spălătorul)
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) a spăla
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) a şterge

    English-Romanian dictionary > mop

  • 12 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) þvegill
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) hárlubbi
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) þvo/þurrka með þvegli
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) þurrka/hreinsa með þvegli
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) þurrka/hreinsa

    English-Icelandic dictionary > mop

  • 13 mop

    n. paspas, iplik paspas, karışık saç, yüz buruşturma, surat ekşitme
    ————————
    v. paspaslamak, yüzünü buruşturmak, suratını ekşitmek
    * * *
    1. saplı bezle sil (v.) 2. saplı tahta bezi (n.)
    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) paspas
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) taranmamış saç
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) paspaslama
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) paspaslamak
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) kurulamak

    English-Turkish dictionary > mop

  • 14 mop

    • puhdistaa
    • pyyhkiä
    • riepuluuta
    • kuontalo
    • köysiluuta
    * * *
    mop 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) moppi
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) hiuskuontalo
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) pyyhkiminen
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) puhdistaa mopilla
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) pyyhkiä

    English-Finnish dictionary > mop

  • 15 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) šluostas, plaušinė šluota
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) kuodas, kuokštas
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) šluostymas
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) (iš)šluostyti
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) (nusi)valyti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > mop

  • 16 mop

    n. golvmopp; trasa; kalufs (hår)
    --------
    v. tvätta, torka av; svabba
    * * *
    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) mopp, svabb
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) kalufs
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) avtorkning
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) torka []
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) torka []

    English-Swedish dictionary > mop

  • 17 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) πατσαβούρα,σφουγγαρίστρα
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) τσουλούφι, τζίβα
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) σφουγγάρισμα
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) σφουγγαρίζω
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) σφουγγίζω, σκουπίζω

    English-Greek dictionary > mop

  • 18 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) 拖把
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) 蓬亂的頭發
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) (用拖把)拖洗
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) 用拖把拖洗
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) 擦,抹

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > mop

  • 19 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) vadrouille
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) tignasse
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) coup de vadrouille
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) essuyer
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) éponger

    English-French dictionary > mop

  • 20 mop

    [mop] 1. noun
    1) (a pad of sponge, or a bunch of pieces of coarse string or yarn etc, fixed on a handle, for washing floors, dishes etc.) esfregão
    2) (a thick mass of hair: a mop of dark hair.) feixe
    3) (an act of mopping: He gave the floor a quick mop.) esfregada
    2. verb
    1) (to rub or wipe with a mop: She mopped the kitchen floor.) esfregar
    2) (to wipe or clean (eg a face covered with sweat): He mopped his brow.) limpar

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > mop

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