front-loader


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front-loader

[ˌfrʌntˈləʊdəʳ] N (also front-loading washing machine) → lavadora f de carga frontal
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During its Home Appliance & Air Solution Press Tour in Seoul, South Korea, LG Electronics (LG) is unveiling its latest front-loader washing machine releasing in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Louis where the front-loader of a McCormick tractor was filled with donations.
Behind the worker, a front-loader operator was moving a large pile of aggregate.
He said: "This project will assess and compare automatic front-loader samplers and look at their potential in replacing samples collected by end users.
Hell makes refuse and recycling collection truck bodies, including models with automated collection technology and front-loader, side-loader and rear-loader models.
Marv, who runs a trader Park on the shores of Lake Michigan, can do just about anything with his front-loader, including gardening.
Amana's Stainless Steel washer ($1,999) should stand up to a lifetime of heavy duty use; it claims the fastest spin speed of any domestic front-loader, meaning that clothes will need only light drying, saving electricity and time.
Marv, who runs a trailer Park on the shores of Lake Michigan, can do just about anything with his front-loader, including gardening.
Correctly answer this question for a chance to win: In Europe washing machines are generally front-loaders. In America which of the following are more commonly used?
Leading clothes washer manufacturers support the new regulations, as they see in the mandates a chance to standardize international operations (front-loaders are de rigeur under EU regs) and increase profits and market share by squeezing out smaller manufacturers who won't be able to stay in business under the new rules.