rinse (something) out of (something else)

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rinse (something) out of (something else)

To clean or remove dirt or residue out from within something by spraying or flushing it with a liquid, especially water. Take the hose to the road and rinse the paint out of the cracks in the pavement. Quick, you need to rinse those chemicals out of your eyes with this solution, or you could damage your eyesight permanently.
See also: of, out, rinse
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rinse something out of something

to remove something from something by flushing it with water. See if you can rinse the dirt out of this jacket. I can't rinse out the dirt.
See also: of, out, rinse
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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