Verb(1) cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water(2) convert illegally obtained funds into legal ones
(1) The plant hire company used to launder the proceeds was based on a farm in another county in the southeast.(2) Then she directed her attention towards the Russian mafia, which she said had infiltrated some 300 Swiss companies and were using Switzerland as a piggy bank to launder money.(3) Another worry is that criminals will use the occasion to launder dirty money.(4) Charities and new high risk businesses also could be used to launder money from illegal activities.(5) We continue to hear about facilities that home launder their surgical scrub attire.(6) For future reference, if a label doesn't come with written instructions, turn back to this care symbol checklist before attempting to launder your clothes.(7) we began to notice attempts to launder the data retrospectively(8) Second, liberals should not abet conservative efforts to launder the former President's record.(9) I told Pamela that I'd launder her clothes and get them back to her somehow.(10) Not having to transport and launder towels is a real boon.(11) Patients should organise someone to launder their nightwear and bring in fresh supplies of nightclothes and toiletries.(12) It doesn't work, it oppresses the weak, and merely plays into the pockets of the drug profiteers - from the generals to the cartels and the banks who launder the money.(13) Victims are confidentially asked to make their bank accounts available to launder the money in exchange for a commission, usually itself a small fortune.(14) Drug cartels, arms traffickers, terrorist groups, and common criminal organizations use banks to launder their dirty money, making it appear as the product of legitimate business.(15) It seems ridiculous to imagine that there were any facilities to enable the cowboys to even launder their clothes, especially as they appear to have lived life on the back of a horse!(16) Easy to launder , towels also save on furniture wear and tear.
(1) launder money :: お金を洗濯
1. wash ::
2. wash and iron ::
3. clean ::
4. dry-clean ::
Different Formslaunder, laundered, launderer, launderers, laundering, launders
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