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English definition of “mod cons”

mod cons

noun [plural] uk   UK informal us  
the machines and devices, such as washing machines and fridges, which make the ordinary jobs in a home easier: The kitchen of this delightful cottage is fully equipped with all mod cons including a dishwasher.
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