scrub

scrub
1. past tense, past participle - scrubbed; verb
1) (to rub hard in order to clean: She's scrubbing the floor.) fregar bien, restregar
2) (to remove by scrubbing: She scrubbed the mess off the carpet.) fregar
3) (to cancel: We planned to go but had to scrub the idea.) cancelar

2. noun
(an act of scrubbing.) fregado, lavado
scrub vb fregar
El pasado y participio pasado de scrub se escribe scrubbed; el gerundio se escribe scrubbing
scrub
tr[skrʌb]
noun
1 (undergrowth) maleza
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scrub
tr[skrʌb]
transitive verb (pt & pp scrubbed, ger scrubbing)
1 (clean - floor, dishes) fregar bien, estregar, restregar; (- clothes, wall) lavar bien, frotar bien
she was on her knees, scrubbing the floor estaba de rodillas fregando el suelo
2 familiar (cancel) cancelar, abandonar
intransitive verb
1 fregar bien (at, -)
noun
1 (cleaning) fregado, lavado
give the floor a good scrub friega bien el suelo
scrub ['skrʌb] vt, scrubbed ; scrubbing : restregar, fregar
scrub n
1) thicket, underbrush: maleza f, matorral m, matorrales mpl
2) scrubbing: fregado m, restregadura f
scrub
n.
fregado s.m.
limpieza s.f.
maleza s.f.
matorral s.m.
monte bajo s.f.
v.
estregar v.
fregar v.

I skrʌb
noun
1) u (vegetation) matorrales mpl
2) (act) (no pl)

he gave the floor a good scrub — fregó bien el piso (con cepillo); (before n)

scrub brush — (AmE) cepillo m de fregar


II
-bb- transitive verb
1) (scour) \<\<floor/table\>\> fregar*; \<\<knees/hands\>\> restregar*, refregar*
2) (BrE colloq) (cancel) \<\<event/game/meeting\>\> cancelar
Phrasal Verbs:

I [skrʌb]
1.
N (Bot) (=undergrowth) monte m bajo, maleza f ; (=bushes) matas fpl , matorrales mpl
2.
CPD

scrub fire N — incendio m de monte bajo


II [skrʌb]
1.
N fregado m , restregado m (esp LAm)

to give sth a (good) scrub — fregar or restregar algo (bien)

it needs a hard scrub — hay que fregarlo or restregarlo con fuerza

2. VT
1) (=clean) [+ floor, hands etc] fregar

to scrub sth clean — fregar or restregar algo hasta que quede limpio

2) * (=cancel) cancelar, anular

let's scrub it — bueno, lo borramos

3.
CPD

scrub brush N(US) cepillo m de fregar

* * *

I [skrʌb]
noun
1) u (vegetation) matorrales mpl
2) (act) (no pl)

he gave the floor a good scrub — fregó bien el piso (con cepillo); (before n)

scrub brush — (AmE) cepillo m de fregar


II
-bb- transitive verb
1) (scour) \<\<floor/table\>\> fregar*; \<\<knees/hands\>\> restregar*, refregar*
2) (BrE colloq) (cancel) \<\<event/game/meeting\>\> cancelar
Phrasal Verbs:

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