airer


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airer

(ˈɛərə)
n
a metal or wooden frame on which clothes are hung to dry
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airer

nTrockenständer m
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The 36-year-old kids' channel - part of the Viacom suite of networks that are corporate cousins to Super Bowl airer CBS - has partnered with the NFL for a whole week's worth of League-themed programming, starting on Feb.
Inside the kitchen with the bare lightbulb, cluttered surfaces, broken door and a clothes airer with greying washing, Steph is draining an economy cereal packet of its remains.
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She helped me to find a place to live then, together with other people at the centre, gave me baby toys and clothes, a kettle, an iron, a radiator, an airer and a toaster.
The high ceiling in the utility room makes it ideal for drying clothes on a suspended airer.
Avoid drying laundry on a clothes airer or radiator.
Getting the hang of it My friend has a really handy clothes airer.
Danielle Morgan said she had been "mucking around" when she got stuck inside the airer.
I took the dogs out and when I came home all of his washing was hanging on a clothes airer.
When using a caravan airer which you hang out of a caravan window, put some foam insulation pipe on the airer sides which rest on the caravan.
If the verbally violent core narrative were presented directly to readers, beginning with the ex-wife's abrupt scolding, the narrator would come across as a self-indulgent, inappropriately precipitant airer of dirty laundry.