This page is about the phrasal verb wash away.
Meaning: If something is washed away, it's carried off by the force of running water, as in a storm or a flood.Synonym: sweep away
- be washed away The river flooded and many roads and bridges were washed away.
- wash away sth The streets were clean after the storm because the rain washed away all the dirt and rubbish.
- wash sth away I left my towel on the beach, and then a big wave came and washed it away.
Many cars were washed away by
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Contributor: Matt Errey