洗脸 (xǐ liǎn) Wash one's face；洗脚 (xǐ jiǎo) Wash one's feet；洗手 (xǐ shǒu) Wash one's hands；洗手间 (xǐ shǒu jiān) Washroom Literal. Wash hand room；洗衣 (xǐ yī) Do laundry *Literal. Wash clothings；洗衣机 (xǐ yī jī) Washing machine Literal. Wash clothings mashine；洗衣液 (xǐ yī yè) Laundry detergent Literal. Wash clothings fluid； 干洗 (gān xǐ) Dryclean Literal. Dry wash；洗脑 (xǐ nǎo) Brainwash；洗礼 (xǐ lǐ) Baptism Literal. Wash ceremony；洗牌 (xǐ pái) Shuffle Literal. Wash cards or tiles；洗钱 (xǐ qián) Money laundering *Literal. Wash money
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- 洗头 (xǐ tóu) Wash one's hair Literal. Wash head – widely used as a short form of 洗头发 (xǐ tóu fa).
- 洗剪吹 (xǐ jiǎn chuī) Wash, Cut and Blow – the most basic Chinese
abbreviation at the hair salon. Often, ladies tend to opt for Wash and Blow (洗吹) on a more regular basis.
- 洗碗 (xǐ wǎn) Wash the dishes Literal. Wash bowls – Although 洗碟 (xǐ dié) specifically means "wash plates", it is seldom heard in daily conversations. This is probably an interesting cultural difference where Chinese use more bowls than plates. Similarly, a Dish Washer would be referred to as 洗碗机 Literal. Wash bowls machine.
- 洗米 (xǐ mǐ) Wash uncooked rice – short form for 淘洗大米 (táo xǐ dà mǐ) which refers to the process of rinsing uncooked rice in water to remove starch before cooking.