washeteria

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wash·e·teria

 (wŏsh′ĭ-tîr′ē-ə, wô′shĭ-)
n.
A laundromat.

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washateria

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US a launderette
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: 24 Hour Laundry & Washateria in Houston Launches Commercial Laundry Services
The child was reportedly trapped in the washing machine on high speed for several minutes at the Le's Washateria at about 6:15 p.m.
"You fight and you fight and you fight and you think, 'Doggone it, I've beaten this thing,' and then it's back." Another spent last Thanksgiving at a 24-hour washateria because she and her disabled husband had nowhere else to go.
It was called a Washateria. 1946: The League of Nations was formally dissolved, assets passing to the United Nations.
Other projects included remodeling the community washateria...." Id.
TABLE 3 TERMINAL MORPHEME AND GENDER ASSIGNMENT Source M Examples F Examples Totals Cobos 12 boguecito 9 gasolinera 21/186 'baby buggy' 'gas station' (11.2%) saxofon (*) lonchera 'saxophone' 'lunch pail' oyodin (*) marbolina 'iodine' 'marble' trocon requera 'semitrailer' 'wrecker, tow truck' Galvan 34 colcrin (*) 24 brillantina (*) 58/438 'cold cream' 'hair oil' (13.2%) creyon (*) checadita 'crayon' 'check-up' fonazo gasofa (**) 'a blast, a gasoline lot of fun' picheo guachateria 'pitching' 'washateria, laundromat' (*)Terminal sequence identical to a derivational suffix (may be interpreted as such).
1934: The first launderette opened in Fort Worth, Texas, called a Washateria. 1949: The Republic of Ireland Act came into force as Eire became a republic and withdrew from the British Commonwealth.
It was called a Washateria. 1946: The League of Nations was formally dissolved, its assets passing to the United Nations.
It was called a Washateria. 1955: Death of physicist Albert Einstein, one of the most creative intellects in history.
On April 18, 1934, the first laundromat (called a ''Washateria'') was opened by John F.
It was called a Washateria. 1949: The Republic of Ireland Act came into force as Eire became a republic and withdrew from the British Commonwealth.
It was called a Washateria. 1946 - The League of Nations was formally dissolved, its assets passing to the United Nations.