- clothes wringer
- s.exprimidor de ropa, rodillo de la lavadora automática, escurridor de la ropa, exprimidor.
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wringer — noun Date: 14th century one that wrings: as a. a machine or device for pressing out liquid or moisture < a clothes wringer > b. something that causes pain, hardship, or exertion < his illness put them through the wringer > … New Collegiate Dictionary
wringer — device for squeezing water from clothes, 1799, agent noun from WRING (Cf. wring). Figurative phrase to put (something) through the wringer first recorded 1942, Amer.Eng … Etymology dictionary
wringer — [riŋ′ər] n. [ME, an oppressor] 1. a person or thing that wrings 2. a machine or device for squeezing out water or other liquid, esp. one fitted with opposed rollers to squeeze the water from wet clothes ☆ put someone through the wringer Slang to… … English World dictionary
Wringer — Wring er, n. 1. One who, or that which, wrings; hence, an extortioner. [1913 Webster] 2. A machine for pressing water out of anything, particularly from clothes after they have been washed. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
wringer — ► NOUN ▪ a device for wringing water from wet clothes or other objects … English terms dictionary
wringer — wring|er [ˈrıŋə US ər] n 1.) a machine with two parts that roll over each other and press on wet clothes to remove water = ↑mangle 2.) go through the wringer AmE informal to have a lot of problems and upsetting experiences ▪ She s really been… … Dictionary of contemporary English
wringer — noun (C) 1 a machine with two rollers roller (1) that press the water from washed clothes when you turn a handle 2 go through the wringer AmE informal to have an upsetting experience: She s really been through the wringer since her husband died … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
wringer — wring|er [ rıŋər ] noun count a machine used for squeezing water out of clothes go through/put someone through the wringer to suffer, or to make someone suffer, an unpleasant experience … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
clothes drier — noun a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing • Syn: ↑clothes dryer • Hypernyms: ↑dryer, ↑drier, ↑white goods • Hyponyms: ↑mangle, ↑spin dryer, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
clothes dryer — noun a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing • Syn: ↑clothes drier • Hypernyms: ↑dryer, ↑drier, ↑white goods • Hyponyms: ↑mangle, ↑spin dryer, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
wringer — noun a device for wringing water from wet clothes or other objects … English new terms dictionary