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lave definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To wash; bathe.
    • To lap or clean against.
    • To invigorate or soothe as if by washing: "The quiet therefore the cool laved the woman” ( Edna Ferber).
    • To wash; to bathe.
    • To lade, drop, or afin de on.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Archaic to scrub yourself.
    • To bathe; to scrub your self.
  • verb:
    • To pour or throw out, as water; lade out; bail; bail out.
    • to-draw, as liquid; drink in.
    • to offer bountifully; luxurious.
    • to operate straight down or gutter, as a candle.
    • To hang or flap down.
    • to scrub.
    • wash your face and hands
    • cleanse (one's body) with water and soap
    • clean or circulation against
  • noun:
    • The remainder, sleep; whatever is left, remnant; other people.
    • The remainder; others.
    • Understanding left; the remainder; the others.
    • The work of washing or laving.
    • The sea.
  • others:
    • To put or throw out, as liquid; lade out; bail; bail-out.
    • to attract, as liquid; drink in.
    • to offer bountifully; magnificent.
    • To run down or gutter, as a candle.
    • To hang or flap down. Compare lave-eared.
    • to clean; bathe.
    • To wash one's self; bathe.
    • To offer for washing or bathing; clean or movement as against some thing.
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