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English Word: laundry (serv)

Spanish Word: el servicio de lavandería
The Spanish Word for laundry (serv)
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Translated sentences containing 'laundry'
You should do the laundry.
Hay que lavar la ropa.

In no case would such a derogation be granted for use in an ordinary laundry detergent.
En ningún caso se concedería dicha excepción para el uso de un detergente para lavadoras corriente.
The amount of laundry and how soiled it is also affects dosage.
La carga de ropa y lo sucia que esté también afecta a la dosificación.
In my opinion, it is normal to wash your dirty laundry at home and not out in the street.
En mi opinión, es normal que los trapos sucios se laven en casa y no en la calle.
Many women still want to keep their dirty laundry inside. They feel ashamed.
Muchas mujeres todavía prefieren no sacar los trapos sucios porque sienten vergüenza.
If the same amount of washing powder is used for one kilo of laundry as for five kilos, this is where the real environmental pollution arises.
Si se usa la misma cantidad de jabón en polvo para un kilo de ropa que para cinco kilos, ahí es donde se produce la auténtica contaminación medioambiental.
This issue could quite simply be resolved and in many ways improved by the removal of phosphates from our laundry wash.
Este problema podría resolverse simplemente y mejorado en muchos aspectos mediante la supresión de los fosfatos de los detergentes.
The European Parliament is turning into a 'crime laundry', confirming the imperialist nature of the ΕU and its identification with the USA.
El Parlamento Europeo se está convirtiendo en un «lavadero de crímenes», confirmando el carácter imperialista de la Unión Europea y su identificación con los Estados Unidos.
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