Machine wash is a term commonly used to indicate that a fabric item can be washed in a washing machine. However, there are several antonyms to this term that indicate that an item cannot be machine washed. These antonyms include hand wash, dry clean, spot clean, and gentle cycle. Hand wash indicates that an item must be washed by hand in water, while dry clean indicates that it must be taken to a professional cleaner. Spot clean means that only a specific part of the fabric must be cleaned, and gentle cycle indicates that the machine wash setting should be set to a more delicate or soft cycle. These antonyms should be carefully read to ensure that clothing or other fabric items are properly cleaned and cared for.
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- creative, fecund, fertile.