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cleaner

noun     /ˈkliː.nər/ US  /-nɚ/
[C] a person whose job is to clean houses, offices, public places, etc. 清洁工,保洁员 Chris has an evening job as an office cleaner. 克丽丝有份晚上的工作,做办公室的清洁工。 Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general wordsPeople who clean and tidy places and things
[C or U] a substance used for cleaning things 清洁剂,去污剂 We've run out of floor cleaner. 我们的地板清洁剂用完了。 Cleaning agents
cleaner's [C]
a shop where clothes that cannot be washed in an ordinary washing machine are cleaned 洗衣店;干洗店 Could you pick up my suit from the cleaner's for me, please? 请你帮我把西装从干洗店取回来,好吗? →  See also dry cleaner's Cleaning clothes
(Definition of cleaner from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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