wash out

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To wear away by the flow of water; to erode

The sandcastle was washed out by the tide.

To cancel due to bad weather

The continuous rain washed out the cricket match.

To remove something by washing

That stain will easily wash out.

To lose traction while going around a turn, especially in cycling, motorsports and skiing/snowboarding

The rider washed out around that last turn and hit a tree.

v To have the front tire lose traction, especially while going around a corner
If rain washes out a sports game or other event, it spoils it or prevents it from continuing. Rain washed out five of the last seven games. see also washed-out, washout
A graphic-editing effect available in Page view in FrontPage Applying the Wash Out tool on the Picture toolbar to a graphic creates a low-resolution, high-contrast version of the graphic A washed-out graphic can be used as a watermarked background on your pages, without the need for you to make manual resolution, color, and contrast adjustments in an image-editing program
wear or destroy by the force of water; "The hail storms had washed out the bridges"
wear or destroy by the force of water; "The hail storms had washed out the bridges
To bring the blade out of the water before the drive has been completed, thus losing power
prevent or interrupt due to rain; "The storm had washed out the game"
deplete of strength or vitality; "The illness washed her out"
A goal that is ruled invalid by the referee or the waving off of an infraction by the linesmen
A graphic-editing effect available in Page view in FrontPage Applying the Wash Out tool on the Pictures toolbar to a graphic creates a low-resolution, high-contrast version of the graphic A washed-out graphic can be used as a watermarked background on your pages, without the need for you to make manual resolution, color, and contrast adjustments in an image-editing program
If you wash out a container, you wash the inside of it. It was my job to wash out the fish tank. = clean out
wash free from unwanted substances, such as dirt; "Wash out your dirty shirt in the sink"
lose color in the process of being washed; "The expensive shirt washed out in the German washing machine"
a goal that is ruled invalid by the referee or the waving off of an infraction by the linesmen wings: two players who flank the center on his right and left sides and, with him, make up the attacking unit or forward line
To bring the blade out of the water during the drive and before the finish, causing a loss of power
remove by the application of water or other liquid and soap or some other cleaning agent; "he washed the dirt from his coat"; "The nurse washed away the blood"; "Can you wash away the spots on the windows?"; "he managed to wash out the stains"
If dye or dirt washes out, it can be removed by washing. With permanent tints, the result won't wash out
drain off the color in the course of laundering; "The harsh soap washed out the delicate blouse"
come out in the wash
Of problems or difficulties, to work out, resolve, or become understood eventually and naturally

It may look like a huge mess now, but I expect that it will all come out in the wash as time goes on.

wash your mouth out
A phrase uttered after someone has said a swear word
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The action whereby falling rainwater clean particles from the air
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A channel produced by the erosion of a relatively soft surface by a sudden gush of water
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An act of washing something out, or an appliance or device for doing so

The cistern was fitted with washouts and air-valves.

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A sporting fixture that could not be completed because of rain
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The cleaning of matter from a physiological system using a fluid
Washout
A washout is the sudden erosion of soft soil or other support surfaces by a gush of water
To wash out
elute
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The motion the referee makes when a goal or a penalty is waived off
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The motion the referee makes when a goal or a penalty is waived off (Both arms swung out at shoulder level Wings The left wing and the right wing (also known as forwards) move up and down the sides of the rink Offensively, they skate on each side of the center, exchanging passes with him, while trying to position themselves for a shot on goal and/or a rebound of a shot from the point Defensively, they watch the opponent's wings Wraparound When a player skates around behind the opposing goal and attempts to wrap the puck around the goal post under the goalie Wrist Shot Hitting the puck with the blade of the stick using a quick snap of the wrist rather than a full back swing
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The process by which particles are removed from air by capture by raindrops
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A urinal flushing system which cleans out a urinal by providing a water rinse over the back wall of the urinal KOHLER urinals offer either washout, blowout or siphon jet flushing systems A washout urinal is best suited to an office building installation where traffic is not exceptionally heavy
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Sweeping out of airborne particles by rain or snow (below cloud)
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{i} total failure (Informal); washing away of soil; hole or crevice made by erosion
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When you're talking about a wing or a rotorblade, washout is a twist in the blade so that part of it is at a different angle of attack than the rest, allowing you to recover from a stall before it's too late The term washout mixers, levers or arms are also used in the rc helicopter community and are referring to the mixing arms that connect directly to the top of the swashplate and are mixed with the paddles and main blades through a set of linkages and joints
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When you're talking about a wing or a rotor blade, washout is a twist in the blade so that part of it is at a different angle of attack than the rest, allowing you to recover from a stall before it's too late The term washout mixers, levers or arms are also used in the rc helicopter community and are referring to the mixing arms that connect directly to the top of the swashplate and are mixed with the paddles and main blades through a set of linkages and joints
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especially of a portion of the bed of a road or railroad by a fall of rain or a freshet; also, a place, especially in the bed of a road or railroad, where the earth has been washed away
washout
An image editing effect available in the FrontPage Editor Applying the Washout tool to an image file creates a low-resolution, high-contrast version of the image A washed-out image can be used as a watermarked background on your pages, without the need to make manual resolution, color, and contrast adjustments in an image editing program
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The removal of a pollutant by precipitation below clouds
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someone who is unsuccessful
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The 1-2-4-10 or 1-2-10 split for right-handed bowlers, the 1-3-6-7 or 1-3-7 for left-handers
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the channel or break produced by erosion of relatively soft soil by water; "it was several days after the storm before they could repair the washout and open the road
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Excessive borehole enlargement caused by solvent and erosional action by the drilling fluid
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The washing out or away of earth, etc
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Twist designed in a wing so that the angle of attack of the wing tip is always less than that at the root (center) to help avoid tip stalls
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A disappointment or total failure; an unsuccessful person
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An intentional twist in the wing, causing the wing tips to have a lower angle of attack than the wing root In other words, the trailing edge is higher than the leading edge at the wing tips Washout helps prevent tip stalls
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The removal of radioactive particles from a nuclear cloud by precipitation when this cloud is below a rain (or snow) cloud See Rainout, Snowout
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(1) Erosion of a relatively soft surface, such as a roadbed, by a sudden gush of water, as from a downpour or floods (2) A channel produced by such erosion
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a lower angled twist in the wing tips
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A split with the corner pin (7 or 10) standing; symbolised as "W"; not making the spare is considered a blow or error, not a split The 1-2-4-10 or 1-2-10 split for right-handed bowlers, the 1-3-6-7 or 1-3-7 for left-handers
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the erosive process of washing away soil or gravel by water (as from a roadway); "from the house they watched the washout of their newly seeded lawn by the water"
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If an event or plan is a washout, it fails completely. The mission was a washout
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The 1-2-10 or 1-2-4-10 for right-handers and the 1-3-7 or 1-3-6-7 for lefties
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The aerodynamic effect of a small twist in the shape of an aircraft wing
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    الواصلة

    Wash out

    التركية النطق

    wôş aut

    النطق

    /ˈwôsʜ ˈout/ /ˈwɔːʃ ˈaʊt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'wosh, 'wäsh, chiefly ] (verb.) before 12th century. * From wash + out

    كلمة اليوم

    gowpen
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