IDIOMS with WASHabceda

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1. Don't wash your dirty in public. (don't have domestic or private arguments where other people can hear everything)
2, What you told me just wash! (I find what you told me very doubtful; it doesn't seem possible or feasible; it doesn't ring true)
3. It will all out in the wash! (everything will be revealed eventually)
4. You've got to feel sorry for Joe. He used to be successful, but now he's all washed ! (he's finished; he hasn't got any future)
5. It was a great steak, washed with a glass or two of fine wine. (accompanied by wine)
6. I sacked Tommy because he really bugged me! Anyway, he's gone now so I can finally wash my of him! (get rid of all the bad memories; forget about him)
7. Peter tried to organise a party but it was a total wash ! (it didn't work; it was a dead loss)
8. "There will be no white at the White House," stated President Nixon. (the truth will not be concealed; everything will be made clear and available, above-board and completely honest)