clothes dryer

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Noun1.clothes dryer - a dryer that dries clothes wet from washingclothes dryer - a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing
dryer, drier - an appliance that removes moisture
mangle - clothes dryer for drying and ironing laundry by passing it between two heavy heated rollers
spin drier, spin dryer - a clothes dryer that uses centrifugal motion to dry the clothes that are put into it
tumble drier, tumble-dryer - a clothes dryer that spins wet clothes inside a cylinder with heated air
white goods - large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel
wringer - a clothes dryer consisting of two rollers between which the wet clothes are squeezed
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The 30-year-old of Maesowen, Welshpool, said a clothes dryer and a baby's cot dumped at the village hall did come from his home, but some other items were not his and must have been fly-tipped by someone else.
Dr Sharif Astori from Federal Government Poly Clinic (FGPC) hospital said that citizens should change and wash clothes worn during outdoor activities and suggested them to dry their clothes in a clothes dryer, not on an outdoor line.
The exhaust vent for my clothes dryer is causing two annoying problems.
A clothes dryer evaporates water from wet clothes by blowing hot air over them.
A 10-year-old girl was electrocuted while trying to reach out for her kittens that were hiding behind a clothes dryer in Texas on Saturday.
The fire which was under control by 11.50pm started in the laundry room due to an electrical problem with the clothes dryer.
Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has developed a new type of clothes dryer that uses sound waves to vibrate clothes dry rather than heating them.
Averages across all zones with zone 8 & 9 comparisons zone 8 zone 9 4% Windows 5% 2% 13% Ceilings 14% 9% 51% Ventilation/Air Leakage 45% 67% 17% Walls/Doors 19% 14% 15% Floors 17% 8% Energy Consumption by End Use Space Heat 72% Light 9% Other Electric 7% Domestic Hot Water 6% Vent Fans 2% Clothes Dryer 2% Cooking 1% Refrigeration 1% Energy Cost by End Use Space Heat 56% Light 18% Other Electric 13% Domestic Hot Water 4% Vent Fans 4% Clothes Dryer 2% Cooking 1% Refrigeration 2% Note: Table made from bar graph.
While the electric clothes dryer was introduced in 1915, it was not until the Hamilton Manufacturing Company produced the first automatic dryer in 1938 that the use of the dryer started to become known.
Loiselle and Pion, the local men who invented that clever device, the Champion Clothes Dryer, last spring, and which was getting a strong hold upon favor with the public when their entire plant was burned down a few months since, state that they have again invented an interesting article, and are now applying for a patent for it.
If one is not opposed to using propane or natural gas, that can be used for things like a clothes dryer, a kitchen range, a water heater and even refrigeration.