What does launder mean?

launder in AZ Dictionary

(v) to scrub (garments, like).
(v) To wash, fold, and metal: shirts which were nicely laundered because of the resort staff.
(v) To disguise the source or nature of (unlawful funds, including) by channeling through an intermediate representative.
(v) to endure washing in a specified way: This material launders really.
(v) to scrub or prepare laundry.
(n) A trough or flume used in washing ore.
(n) A washerwoman.
(n) A trough employed by miners to get powdered ore from the box in which it is beaten, and for carrying liquid on stamps, or any other device for comminuting (sorting) the ore.
(v) To wash; to clean, and smooth with a flatiron or mangle; to clean and iron.
(v) To lave; to damp.
(v) To disguise the foundation of ill-gotten wealth by numerous means.
To wash and iron, as clothes; do-up by washing, starching, and ironing: today used specially of laundry-work on a big scale.
To damp; wash.
To cover, as a metal, with a thin wash or film.

launder in Community Dictionary

To conceal the source of income as by channeling it through an intermediary. by Kendra DearingReport definition

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