to clean or make smooth with a brush, to move something away with your hand, to touch something quickly
Past Participle form
I brush my hair for 100 times every evening.
You should brush your teeth twice a day.
A: Be careful. There's a small spider in your hair.
B: Can you get it please?! I hate spiders.
A: You can just brush it away.
B: There! Is it gone?
A man brushed past me on the way to the train and knocked my papers out of my hand.
She brushed her child's teeth until he was 9! That's too old.
A: That's a cute doll.
B: Thank you. Her hair is very smooth.
A: How did you do that?
B: I brushed it a lot.
I'm brushing my hair to get ready for bed.
Can we moved seats? People are brushing past me every time they go to the toilet.
A: Where's Tommy?
B: He's brushing his teeth in the bathroom.
A: Tell him to hurry up. We're going to be late.
I haven't brushed my teeth for two years.
She hasn't brushed her hair, which is why it looks a mess.
A: I have always brushed my hair since I was young.
B: Is that why it's so beautiful.
A: I think so. Ha.