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Can I use "bleaching washed fish" in the sentence? Exposed by hidden camera, unethical food retailers often sell bleaching washed fish in order to suppress the odor of decay.or I should write "Exposed by hidden camera, unethical food retailers often sell fish wash by bleach in order to suppress the odor of decay"?
Dec 29, 2015 3:49 AM
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"Exposed by hidden camera, unethical food retailers often sell fish wash by bleach in order to suppress the odor of decay " is much more correct. bleachingly washed fish is pretty confusing as it is a washed fish... but bleached? or while bleaching the fish is washed?
December 29, 2015
Exposed by hidden camera, unethical food retailers often sell bleaching washed fish in order to suppress the odor of decay. Additional Details: or I should write "Exposed by hidden camera, unethical food retailers often sell fish wash by bleach in order to suppress the odor of decay"? Unethical food retailers often sell fish that they've washed with bleach so that the odor of decay is masked. This has been proven by the use of hidden cameras.
December 29, 2015
Neither of these sentences is correct. Exposed by (a) hidden camera [or, exposed by hidden cameras), unethical food retailers often sell fish which have been washed in bleach in order to suppress the odour of decay". However, it still doesn't sound like natural English. We don't say 'washed in bleach'. Rinsed in bleach; treated with bleach sound more natural.
December 29, 2015
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