- v.洗( wash的过去式和过去分词 ); 洗涤; 冲; （向着某一方向）流动;
He stared at me out of those washed-out blue eyes.
The soil washed from the hills is silting up the hydroelectric dams.
He never washed, and always wore a filthy old jacket.
The force of the water washed him back into the cave.
They looked as if they hadn't washed in days.
Rain washed out five of the last seven games.
Flood waters washed away one of the main bridges in Pusan.
I took down the curtains, washed, and starched them.
He's all washed up, but he still yells at everyone.
He seems to have washed his hands of the job.
The oil washed ashore on roughly 1,000 miles of coastline.
If my arm touches the wall, it has to be washed again.
Weeks of heavy rain have washed away roads and bridges.
I even washed the flipping bed sheets yesterday.
She looked washed out and listless.
French fries, washed down with a pint of soda, are a favorite part of fast-food lunches and dinners for millions of American youngsters.
A terrible sorrow washed over me.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
The storm had not washed this away, but there was no footpath across it.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（10月） 阅读理解 阅读A 原文收起真题例句
1. clean by virtue of having been washed in water
2. wet as from washing; sometimes used in combination;
- washed up
I' m all washed-up!" said Ben Heckt.
As far as he's concerned, you're a washed up nobody.
- washed up