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spin-dryernoun [C]

(also spin-drier) uk   /ˌspɪnˈdraɪ.ər/  us   // UK
a machine into which you put wet clothes, which turns them around and around very fast in order to get most of the water out of them
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spin-dry
verb [T] uk   us   /ˌspɪnˈdraɪ/
The label says "Do not spin-dry".
Translations of “spin-dryer”
in Chinese (Traditional) 甩乾機, 旋轉式脫水機…
in Chinese (Simplified) 甩干机, 旋转式脱水机…
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