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dryer

noun [C] uk ( also drier)   /ˈdraɪ.ər/ us    //
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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in Korean 건조기…
in Arabic مُجَفِّف…
in Portuguese secadora…
in Catalan assecadora…
in Japanese ドライヤー…
in Italian asciugatrice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 烘乾機…
in Russian сушилка, фен…
in Turkish (çamaşır, saç vb.) kurutma makinası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烘干机…
in Polish suszarka…
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