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noun uk   /ˈkliː.nər/  us   /-nɚ/
A2 [C] a person whose job is to clean houses, offices, public places, etc.: Chris has an evening job as an office cleaner. [C or U] a substance used for cleaning things: We've run out of floor cleaner.cleaner's C1 [C] a shop where clothes that cannot be washed in an ordinary washing machine are cleaned: Could you pick up my suit from the cleaner's for me, please?
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