brushverb

  • jaブラシをかける、〔歯〕を磨く
  • ento clean, polish or make something smooth with a brush

Examples

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Lastly, brush the biscuits
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with a little more buttermilk, milk, or egg wash.
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Once you've taken your first pass,
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take a brush and brush the hair down.
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So actually I forgot to brush my hair.
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This is my favorite brush at the moment.
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Sheila Stotts?
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I don't know.
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I love the bristles.
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First, I start with my brows.
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I already moisturized and put ChapStick on.
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I'm gonna brush them up.
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Okay.
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The grossest thing my kid has probably ever done,
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maybe is stick her toothbrush in the toilet bowl before she brushed her teeth.
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Harry doesn't wanna get better.
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'Cause you make him breakfast in bed, you warm his socks,
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and read him stories, and brush his hair.

Other meanings for brush...

brushnoun

  • jaブラシ、はけ
  • enan object for cleaning, painting, making your hair tidy, etc. that is made with a lot of hairs or thin pieces of plastic fastened to a handle
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What is your current grooming situation, sweetie?
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- I call it "the brush." - Okay.
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'Cause it's 1 brush I use for all my parts.
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You people can't even do your job.
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All you can do is turn my wife against me.
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If you think that I did this, you come here and you arrest me.
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Do you remember that brush that she used to love?
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Yeah?
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Well, I just found 1.
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How can I dump this woman on Valentine's Day?
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I don't know.
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You dumped her on New Year's.
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Oh, man, in my next life, I'm coming back as a toilet brush.
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I'm gonna get a bigger brush.
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I got a little blue still on our hand, but there it is.
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It'll work.