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dryernoun [C]

(also drier) uk   /ˈdraɪ.ər/  us   /ˈdraɪ.ɚ/
a machine that dries things: a hair dryer a grain dryer Put those damp clothes in the (tumble) dryer.
(UK also tumble dryer) a machine that dries wet clothes by turning them in hot air
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dryernoun [C]

(also drier)  us   /ˈdrɑɪ·ər/
a machine that makes wet things dry: a hair/clothes dryer
(Definition of dryer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dryer”
in Arabic مُجَفِّف…
in Korean 건조기…
in Portuguese secadora…
in Catalan assecadora…
in Japanese ドライヤー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烘干机…
in Turkish (çamaşır, saç vb.) kurutma makinası…
in Russian сушилка, фен…
in Chinese (Traditional) 烘乾機…
in Italian asciugatrice…
in Polish suszarka…
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