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yıkayıp ütüle
(giysi) yıkayıp ütülemek
(Launder illicit money) Kara para aklamak
{f} (çamaşır) yıkamak
{f} yıkayıp ütülemek
{f} aklamak

Para aklamak tam olarak nedir? - What exactly is money laundering?

Onu daha güzel ve çekici yapmak için dili aklamak mümkündür. - It is possible to launder language to make it more appealing and uplifting.

uzun ve etraflı liste
laundry list çamaşır listesi
laundryman umumi çamaşırhanede çalışan adam
çamaşır yıkayıp ütüle,yıkayıp ütüle
kirli çamaşır
{f} yıkanabilir olmak
çamaşır yıkama
{f} yıkamak
yıkayıp ütülemek laundress çamaşırcı kadın
{f} çamaşır yıkamak
laundry çamaşırhane
launder by hand
elle yıka
launder money
kara parayı aklamak
launder money
para aklamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To lave; to wet
A gutter (for rainwater)
A washerwoman
A trough used by miners to receive powdered ore from the box where it is beaten, or for carrying water to the stamps, or other apparatus for comminuting (sorting) the ore
To wash; to wash, and to smooth with a flatiron or mangle; to wash and iron
To disguise the source of ill-gotten wealth by various means
A trough used by miners to receive the powdered ore from the box where it is beaten, or for carrying water to the stamps, or other apparatus, for comminuting, or sorting, the ore
convert illegally obtained funds into legal ones
{i} trough or flume used in cleaning ore (Mining)
to process illegally-obtained money through more than one bank, in order to conceal its origin
{f} do laundry; wash and iron; be washed; pass through an intermediary in order to disguise the source (as of illegal funds)
To launder money that has been obtained illegally means to process it through a legitimate business or to send it abroad to a foreign bank, so that when it comes back nobody knows that it was illegally obtained. The House voted today to crack down on banks that launder drug money. + launderer launderers laun·der·er a businessman and self-described money launderer
To wash, as clothes; to wash, and to smooth with a flatiron or mangle; to wash and iron; as, to launder shirts
To manipulate and move around illegally acquired cash so that it appears to be legally acquired
Wooden box for the conveyance of water
cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water; "Wash the towels, please!"
When you launder clothes, sheets, and towels, you wash and iron them. How many guests who expect clean towels every day in an hotel launder their own every day at home?
launder money
transfer money in a way so its source cannot be traced (esp. money earned illegally)
Present participle of launder
{s} washed; washed and ironed; passed through an intermediary to disguise the source (as of illegal funds); made acceptable
past of launder
One who follows the business of laundering
{i} person or thing that launders, one who washes (garments, etc.)
The act, or occupation, of one who launders; washing and ironing
{i} washing of clothes; pass illegal funds through an intermediary in order to disguise the source and make them appear legitimate
The practice of moving funds through numerous accounts and/or banks, one after another, in an attempt to conceal the source of the money
Laundering is the process of cleaning illicitly gained money so that it appears to others to have come from, or to be going to, a legitimate source
Any and all steps resorted so as to restore soiled articles to usable condition Laundering embraces sorting, washing, rinsing, water extraction, and drying Optional treatments may include starching and ironing
washing clothes and bed linens
plural of , launder
third-person singular of launder