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Words Related to Home and Garden - Housekeeping

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Words Related to Home and Garden
cleaning
[noun]
the action or process of making something, especially inside a house, etc. clean
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housework
[noun]
regular work done in a house, especially cleaning, washing, etc.
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spring-cleaning
[noun]
the act of thoroughly cleaning a room or house, especially before the arrival of Spring and including parts one does not usually clean
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dishwashing
[noun]
the process of cleaning and sanitizing dishes, utensils, and cookware using water, detergent, and sometimes a dishwasher machine
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grocery shopping
[noun]
the act of purchasing food and other household items from a grocery store or supermarket to meet one's household needs
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chore
[noun]
a task, especially a household one, that is done regularly
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yardwork
[noun]
the physical labor of maintaining and beautifying an outdoor space, including tasks like mowing, pruning, weeding, planting, and general landscaping
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domestic
[noun]
a person who is employed to perform household tasks within a residence, such as cleaning, cooking, and other domestic duties
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domesticity
[noun]
the state or quality of being focused on home life, family, and the activities associated with maintaining a household
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odd job
[noun]
a single miscellaneous task or chore, typically small in scale and unrelated to one's primary occupation or job
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home repair
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the process of fixing or addressing damages, defects, and malfunctions in a residential property to restore its functionality and safety
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to dust
[verb]
to use a soft cloth or tool to clean and remove particles from the surface of objects, like furniture
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to recycle
[verb]
to make a waste product usable again
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to mop
[verb]
to clean a surface by wiping it with a handle attached to a sponge or cloth at its end
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to polish
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to rub the surface of something, often using a brush or a piece of cloth, to make it bright, smooth, and shiny
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to vacuum
[verb]
to clean a surface by using a machine that sucks up dirt, dust, and debris
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to wash
[verb]
to clean someone or something with water, often also with a type of soap
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to scrub
[verb]
to clean a surface by rubbing it very hard using a brush, etc.
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to empty
[verb]
to remove the contents of a container or space
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to dry
[verb]
to remove moisture or dampness from something, usually by exposing it to heat or air currents
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to wipe
[verb]
to clean or dry a surface using a cloth, etc.
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to fold
[verb]
to bend something in a way that one part of it touches or covers another
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to cook
[verb]
to make food with heat
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to clean
[verb]
to make something have no stains, bacteria, dust, marks, or dirt
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to organize
[verb]
to put things into a particular order or structure
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to furnish
[verb]
to equip a room, house, etc. with furniture
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to dry up
[verb]
to become empty of water or other liquids, often through evaporation
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to iron
[verb]
to use a heated appliance to smooth wrinkles and creases from fabric
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to unload
[verb]
to remove things or goods from a container, vehicle, etc.
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to drip-dry
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to allow wet clothes to dry by hanging them up without wringing them out
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to press
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to apply pressure to something by a heated iron in order to smooth it
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to wet
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to make something damp or moist by applying water or another liquid
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to unfold
[verb]
to open or spread out from a folded state or compact form
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to launder
[verb]
to wash, clean, and iron clothes and linens
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to sweep
[verb]
to clean a place by using a broom
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