hot wash
 n.— «The day the fighting ended, senior Army aides presented to Army Chief of Staff Carl E. Vuono their first observations on the operation. Such an initial review of a just-concluded operation is called a “hot wash.”» —“In the wake of the ‘Storm’ U.S. sees glitches in war machine” by John M. Broder in Washington, D.C. Los Angeles Times Mar. 3, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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