Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Wipe"

The meaning of "Wipe" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm so wiped. mean?
A: it's another way of saying you're tired or really exhausted
Q: What does wipe myself out mean?
A: It's usually used when describing how tired you are, mentally or physically, after some activity.

-That run has wiped me out
-I've wiped myself out with that run

-All those maths problems have wiped me out
-I've wiped myself out with all of those maths problems
Q: What does wipe on mean?
A: "Apply cleaner to towel and wipe on surface to clean it"

Q: What does wiped out mean?
A: It means destroyed completely or erased completely.
In japanese, it is equivalent to 全滅
Q: What does I'm a little wiped out mean?
A: It means you are a little tired.

(Although saying "a little wiped out" is an oxymoron.) Because "wiped out" is an exaggeration, so you wouldn't use 'little' with it.

Example sentences using "Wipe"

Q: Please show me example sentences with wipe away.
A: Spray on to a soft cloth, wipe away the grime and buff to a shine. ...
He wipes away the blood. ...
Millions watched on TV as the defender wiped away blood from the wound after he was hit above the eye. ...
You should be able to wipe away superficial dirt with a damp (not wet) cloth
Q: Please show me example sentences with wipe off .
A: I have to wipe off the tabe because it has dust on it
Q: Please show me example sentences with wipe out .
A: In war, the expression is used to describe a large number of people who were killed over a short or long period of time. I.e. "In the Second World War, nearly 6000 men were 'wiped out' in a single day." Also, a species of animals could be "wiped out" by an illness, or as in the Middle Ages, Black Plague "wiped out" one third of Europe's population
Q: Please show me example sentences with wipe off.
A: "Could you wipe off this table?"
"She wiped the sweat off her forehead."

Synonyms of "Wipe" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wipe and wipe down ?
A: Wipe= a cloth used for cleaning with some kind of cleaning liquid in it
Wipe down= to clean with a wipe
Wipe= pass a wipe over a dirty surface
Q: What is the difference between wet wipe and wet wipes and tissue and tissues ?
A: tissues are dry and wet wipes are moist

the singular of each just means one tissue or wet wipe
Q: What is the difference between wipe and clean ?
A: clean: is to remove the dirt, doesn't matter what you're using: water, a piece paper/cloth, a sponge.....
to wipe: is to clean something by rubbing a piece of paper or cloth against it
Q: What is the difference between wipe up and wipe down and wipe off ?
A: @1Honeybee11 generally simplified, wipe down/up is to use a wipe to clean something off and wipe off is to rub something off a smooth surface (like a whiteboard or a window)
Q: What is the difference between wipes and wet tissue ?
A: In that case, they are the same.

Wipe is usually for cleaning. Tissue is usually for noses.

Translations of "Wipe"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wipe away
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wipe
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wipe

Other questions about "Wipe"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce wipe.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce wipes.
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Q: why, white, wise, wide, wipe, does this sound natural?
A: Good job!
Q: I ran out of wipes(for baby), so could you please buy it with diapers? does this sound natural?
A: I ran out of wipes(for the baby), so could you please buy some when you get the diapers?
Q: Please let her wipe that grin off on hers face, it's annoying for me. does this sound natural?
A: "I hope she wipes that grin off her face. It's so annoying."

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