coin-op


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coin-op

 (koin′ŏp′)
n. Informal
A commercial establishment equipped with self-service washing machines and dryers that are coin-operated.
adj.
Coin-operated.

coin-op

(ˈkɔɪnˌɒp)
n
a launderette or other service installation in which the machines are operated by the insertion of coins
Translations

coin-op

[ˈkɔɪnˌɒp] n (fam) → lavanderia a gettone or automatica
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