- vt. 洗涤；清洗；洗黑钱（把来路可疑的钱弄得貌似合法）
- vi. 洗涤；洗熨；耐洗
- n. 流水槽
- launder (v.)
- 1660s, "to wash linen," from noun launder "one who washes" (especially linen), mid-15c., a contraction of lavender, from Old French lavandier "washer, launderer," from Medieval Latin lavandaria "a washer," ultimately from Latin lavare "to wash" (see lave). Criminal banking sense first recorded 1961, from notion of making dirty money seem clean; brought to widespread use during U.S. Watergate scandal, 1973. Related: Laundered; laundering.
- 1. The House voted today to crack down on banks that launder drug money.
- 2. How many guests who expect clean towels every day in an hotel launder their own every day at home?
- 3. The gang launder the steal money through their chain of restaurants.
- 4. Properly launder and fold clothes for your family for one week.
- 5. I'm afraid we cannot launder embroidered items, ma'am.
- 夫人, 恐怕我们不能洗绣花衣物.
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