cleaning

All Noun Verb
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  • Floor cleaning is a major occupation throughout the world and has been since ancient times.
  • The village is slowly cleaning up and several people are calling it home again.
  • Much effort has since been put into cleaning the Fox, but problems still exist.
  • The problem of cleaning and restoration was a common one over future years.
  • Cleaning up the heavy air and water pollution became a major industry in its own right.
  • Office cleaning often takes place after hours or later in the evening or even overnight.
  • New cleaning products for black-powder guns have also been developed for this market.
  • There is a cleaning service to clean the aircraft after the aircraft lands.
  • Local and state government along the river have taken tremendous steps in cleaning it up.
  • Groups Team announced house cleaning to start the following week.
  • Pre-cleaning makes starting a new program or opening a new data file much faster.
  • Booth initially did not attempt to sell his machine, but rather sold cleaning services.
  • At the same time new companies emerged bringing hope in the fields of food and cleaning equipment.
  • Because of this diet, they spend a good deal of time cleaning themselves.
  • The company performs more than two million home cleanings per year.
  • When they return to the dorm, students are cleaning up and getting ready to play again.
  • The tongue also serves as a natural means of cleaning one's teeth.
  • It was reported that he shot himself accidentally while cleaning his gun before a hunting trip.
  • The authors suggested that using these cleaning products may significantly increase the cancer risk.
  • It is only by annual house cleanings and account clearings that you can tell about how you stand. Cited from Business Hints for Men and Women, by A. Calhoun
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Root form of cleaning is clean for the verb.

Words starting with cleaning

Synonyms of cleaning

Meaning of cleaning

  • noun The act of making something clean
    he gave his shoes a good cleaning
  • verb Make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from
    Clean the stove!, The dentist cleaned my teeth
  • verb Remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits
    Clean the turkey
  • verb Be cleanable
    This stove cleans easily
  • verb Deprive wholly of money in a gambling game, robbery, etc.
    The other players cleaned him completely
  • verb Remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely
    The boys cleaned the sandwich platters, The trees were cleaned of apples by the storm
  • verb Remove while making clean
    Clean the spots off the rug
  • verb Remove shells or husks from
    clean grain before milling it