Definition of Dishwashing liquid

1. Noun. A low-sudsing detergent designed for use in dishwashers.

Exact synonyms: Dishwasher Detergent, Dishwashing Detergent
Generic synonyms: Detergent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dishwashing Liquid

dishumoured
dishumouring
dishumours
dishware
dishwares
dishwashable
dishwasher
dishwasher-safe
dishwasher detergent
dishwasher proof
dishwasher safe
dishwasherable
dishwashers
dishwashing
dishwashing detergent
dishwashing liquid (current term)
dishwashing machine
dishwater
dishwater blond
dishwater blonds
dishwaters
dishwatery
disiamylborane
disiamylboranes
disilane
disilanes
disilene
disilenes
disilicide

Literary usage of Dishwashing liquid

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1. Hands-On Science 20 Themes by Jo Ellen Moore, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Kay Ballantyne, Sarah Martin, Marilyn Evans, Ann Iosa (2003)
"In a pail, mix 2 parts dishwashing liquid with 1 part glycerin and 6 parts water. Experiment with the solution, adding more glycerin (to make the bubbles ..."

2. Planet Earth by David Steward (2002)
"... dirt • teaspoon • tablespoon • red food coloring • dishwashing liquid • baking soda • water • vinegar Investigation 1 Build a Volcano Steps to Follow 1. ..."

3. The More the Merrier by Mary Watson, Shenanigan Books (2004)
"Before Craft Time Supplies: colored wool plastic zipper lock sandwich bag dishwashing liquid measuring cup Before Craft Time: 1. Spread the wool colors on ..."

4. Helping Your Child Learn Science by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"What you'll need What to do 8 tablespoons of dishwashing liquid 1 quart water 1 drinking straw A shallow tray Grown-up alert! 1 tin can, open at both ends ..."

5. Germany, Garbage and the Green Dot: Challenging the Throwaway Society by Bette K. Fishbein (1996)
"Hans Maier flower bulbs: reduced size of box by almost 50 percent. Henkel KGaA "Pril" dishwashing liquid: developed bottle with 30 percent recycled content. ..."

6. Technology Assessment: Protecting Structures and Improving Communications by Robin M. Nazzaro, Keith A. Rhodes (2005)
"Often composed of ingredients found in natural or synthetic detergents, such as dishwashing liquid or shampoo. Gels: Superabsorbent molecules (polymers) ..."

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