- mouthwashesN-MASSMouthwash is a liquid that you put in your mouth and then spit out in order to clean your mouth and make your breath smell pleasant.
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mouthwash — n. a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth. Syn: gargle. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
mouthwash — (n.) also mouth wash, 1840, from MOUTH (Cf. mouth) (n.) + WASH (Cf. wash) (n.) … Etymology dictionary
mouthwash — ► NOUN ▪ an antiseptic liquid for rinsing the mouth or gargling … English terms dictionary
mouthwash — [mouth′wôsh΄] n. a flavored, often antiseptic liquid used for rinsing the mouth or for gargling … English World dictionary
Mouthwash — This article is about the hygiene product. For the Kate Nash song, see Mouthwash (song). For the ska punk band, see Mouthwash (band). Mouthwash or mouth rinse is a product used to enhance oral hygiene. Some manufacturers of mouthwash claim that… … Wikipedia
mouthwash — UK [ˈmaʊθˌwɒʃ] / US [ˈmaʊθˌwɔʃ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms mouthwash : singular mouthwash plural mouthwashes a liquid used for cleaning your mouth and making your breath smell good … English dictionary
mouthwash — n. liquor; a drink of liquor. □ I could use a shot of that mouthwash. □ You could use a little mouthwash after that long trip, I bet … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
mouthwash — burnos ploviklis statusas Aprobuotas sritis farmacinės formos apibrėžtis Vartoti ant burnos gleivinės skirtas skystas vandeninio tirpalo preparatas. Negalima nuryti. Burnos ploviklis gali turėti pagalbinių medžiagų, kurios padaro tirpalo pH kiek… … Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)
mouthwash — noun Date: 1840 a usually antiseptic liquid preparation for cleaning the mouth and teeth or freshening the breath … New Collegiate Dictionary
mouthwash — /mowth wawsh , wosh /, n. a solution, often containing antiseptic, astringent, and breath sweetening agents, used for cleansing the mouth and teeth, and for gargling. Also called collutory, collutorium. [1830 40; MOUTH + WASH] * * * … Universalium