Synonyms of wipe in English:

wipe


See definition of wipe

verb

1‘Beth wiped the kitchen table with a damp cloth’

SYNONYMS

rub, clean, mop, sponge, swab

dry, polish

Northern English Scottish dight

2‘he wiped the marks off the window’

SYNONYMS

rub off, clean off, sponge off, polish off

remove, get rid of, dispose of, take off, erase, efface

3‘they wiped up the mess’

SYNONYMS

clean up, clear up, mop up, sponge up

remove, get rid of

4‘she wiped the unpleasant memory from her mind’

SYNONYMS

obliterate, expunge, erase, blot out, remove, remove all traces of, blank out


noun

1‘Bert gave the table a final wipe’

SYNONYMS

rub, clean, mop, sponge, swab, polish


Phrases

    wipe someone/something out

      ‘soldiers wiped out an entire village in Lampung province’

      SYNONYMS

      destroy, annihilate, eradicate, eliminate, extirpate

      slaughter, massacre, kill, kill off, exterminate

      demolish, raze to the ground, level

      informal

      wipe off the face of the earth, wipe off the map, take out, liquidate, zap

      North American informal

      waste

      literary

      slay