trouser press


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Noun1.trouser press - a home appliance in which trousers can be hung and the wrinkles pressed outtrouser press - a home appliance in which trousers can be hung and the wrinkles pressed out
home appliance, household appliance - an appliance that does a particular job in the home
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trouser press

n (Brit) → stiracalzoni m inv
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From mundane, everyday, objects such as books, tools and crockery to the more unusual such as fake pork pies, a 1920s trouser press, mole catcher, stuffed parrot and wind-up gramophone.
A TROUSER press overheated and set fire to curtains causing a bedroom fire in Rhos on Sea.
Come on, with his hotel contacts do you seriously think he couldn't lay his hands on a Corby trouser press in mere minutes?
Come on, with his hotel contacts you think he couldn't lay his hands on a Corby trouser press in mere minutes?
He prepares and cooks what he promises is an edible meal and which any brave members in the audience are free to try, utilising the services of a humble trouser press, ordinary everyday iron, bog standard kettle, no-frills hairdryer and commonplace electric towel rail.
Trouser press "This is really quirky and old-fashioned.
George cooks a three-course meal using only the things - like a kettle, iron and trouser press - he can find in a budget hotel room.
He cooks with the trouser press, iron, electric towel rail, hairdryer, wastebin and kettle.
All rooms at the hotel are en suite and have a telephone, a hairdryer, a trouser press, tea and coffee, a TV and pay-per-view movies.
In one scene, he took off his trousers in front of two Indian dignitaries to show them how to use a trouser press.
The 90-minute India special showed Jeremy Clarkson talking to locals while using a trouser press dressed in his boxer shorts and included a car with a toilet in the boot which he said was "perfect for India because everyone who comes here gets the trots".
In the countdown, Stephen reveals his personal favourite devices and contraptions, all of which have revolutionised our individual and collective lives in some way - from the humble tin opener, to the trouser press, the answering machine and the iPod.