tumble drier


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Noun1.tumble drier - a clothes dryer that spins wet clothes inside a cylinder with heated airtumble drier - a clothes dryer that spins wet clothes inside a cylinder with heated air
clothes drier, clothes dryer - a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing
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Ben Blowes ran the entire race holding a tumble drier, and Marc Jenner bore a 100lb pack.
Tenders are invited for supply of washing machine(horizontal)- , tumble drier, hydro extractor(spinner) to d.
Mick Ireland, watch manager at Stockton Fire Station, said: "It was a tumble drier in a garage.
John Duffy, 55, was discovered inside a large metal container sorting and drying out the cash in a tumble drier at a Co Limerick farmyard in December 2013.
Two bras were later found to be missing from a tumble to be missing from a tumble drier inside.
FIREFIGHTERS extinguished a tumble drier which caught fire at a flat yesterday.
Just pop a sheet in to your tumble drier for 20 minutes with the items you want to refresh and the job is done.
We started to use only one pan for cooking, used the grill instead of the oven, turned the radiators down, switched off everything at the plug rather than leaving things on standby and stopped using the tumble drier," the 40-yearold insurance clerk says.
Explaining how he came to weigh out for the ride on Man Of Gwent in the last race at Kempton without the tail strap, Doyle said yesterday: "It had got wet when falling on the floor, so my valet Dave Mustoe unzipped it and gave it a spin in the tumble drier.
The superbitch, played by gorgeous Zoe Lucker, tackles married Earls Park skipper Conrad Gates on a tumble drier after meeting at a party.
The first of these will be introduced in concentrated and diluted fabric conditioners, Keep Fresh sachets and tumble drier sheets as well as Vaporesse.
In fact, although I have never encountered tumbler with this meaning, The New Collins Concise English Dictionary, 1982 edition, does list tumble drier, tumbler drier as variants--'also called'--of tumbler, and this is confirmed in the 1986 OED Supplement.