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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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Save a load on everything from the washing machine to soap powder, fabric conditioner and outdoor airers to make the most of the drying weather.
Conned for clothes airers Dawn Elliott had taken care of her victim for a decade before using her debit card in Wilko's to buy clothes airers and take PS100 from her account.
A receipt from the store which was later seen by suspicious colleagues showed two clothes airers were bought along with other small items, costing a total of PS72.75.
Products include stylish metal soap dispensers and corner shelves for the bathroom; gazebos, hammocks and parasols for the garden; and items such as laundry baskets, ironing boards and airers. JYSK has taken the former Netto store next to Mecca bingo and Dewsbury will be its 15th UK outlet.
Tilly clothes airers come in bright colours and fun shapes; choose from a fish, butterfly, cat and - our favourite - a Scottie dog.
T'S that time of year when the residents of Wavertree have the lovely sight in their streets of overflowing bins full of discarded duvets, pillows, mops, clothes airers, bins and so on, all thrown out by lazy students who will not take their rubbish home.
Hanging washing on airers, radiators and other surfaces around the home is common, but in cold weather 87 percent of us dry clothes indoors.
The humble washing line is making a come back with sales of outside airers and washing line pegs up more than 20 per cent year on year as we realise outdoor drying is the greener option.