- vt. & vi. (cause to) become white or pale,especially by means of chemicals or by the action of sunlight(使)变淡，(使)变白；漂白
- [U]漂白剂 a chemical used in bleaching
the whiteness that results from removing the color from something;
"a complete bleach usually requires several applications"
an agent that makes things white or colorless
the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent)
remove color from;
"The sun bleached the red shirt"
make whiter or lighter;
"bleach the laundry"
- I'd like to buy a strong household bleach.
- She scrubbed the counters down with bleach.
- I wonder if bleach will get that black spot out of my white jeans.
- How can the skin just bleach a bit ah?
- You should bleach your face properly before you paint your face.
- There were only a few dry bones left, bleached by the sun.
- I have to bleach all my white shirts.They look a little offwhite.
- His hair bleached in the sun.
- A few dry bones of animals bleached on the desert sand.
- The sun has bleached her yellow skirt.
- The sun had bleached the ends of her hair.
- The old curtains had been bleached by the sun.
- Her hair was bleached by the sun.
- She bleached her hair blonde.
- Gary's had his hair bleached again.
- Use some bleach on this shirt.
Hair..bleached flax-white by sun and weather.出自： W. Holtby
The wood..had been bleached to a pale whisky colour.出自： J. Raban