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laundrynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈlɔn·dri, ˈlɑn-/
clothing, bed sheets, etc., that have been or need to be washed: [U] piles of dirty laundry A laundry is also a room in a house where clothes, bed sheets, etc., are washed, or a business that washes clothes, bed sheets, etc., for customers.
Translations of “laundry”
in Korean 빨래…
in Arabic غَسيل…
in Portuguese roupa para lavar, roupa lavada…
in Catalan roba bruta…
in Japanese 洗濯物…
in Italian bucato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 待洗(或正在洗滌、洗完)的衣物, 洗衣店…
in Russian белье для стирки…
in Turkish kirli çamaşır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 待洗(或正在洗涤、洗完)的衣物, 洗衣店…
in Polish pranie…
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