machine-wash

[muh-sheen-wosh, -wawsh]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
to launder by washing machine rather than by hand.

Origin:
1955–60

machine-washable, adjective
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Example sentences
To care for your bamboo towels, machine-wash on delicate cycle and tumble-dry on low.
Machine-wash sheets, blankets, towels and clothing in hot water to destroy eggs.
It was common practice on egg farms to machine-wash all eggs before marketing them.
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