a tool for washing floors,made up of a long stick with threads of thick string or a piece of sponge fastened to one end
wash (especially a floor) with a wet mop
remove sth by rubbing with cloth or other soft material
"Mop the hallway now"
"He mopped her forehead with a towel"
"mop and mow"
"The girl pouted"
A lady who was cleaning the floor with a bucket and mop.
出自： B. Reid
As he mopped up the streaming blood with a sponge.
出自： Rider Haggard
The enemy was still fighting behind us but they would be mopped up in time.
出自：Royal Air Force Journal
West Virginia communities began mopping-up operations..after two surging creeks flooded homes.
He..drifted away into the crowd mopping up a couple of Bloody Mary's as he went.
She has mopped up surplus energy by having another son.
The charge..is..5 per cent, which will mop up the first year's income.
出自： M. Brett