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Meaning of “clothes peg” - Learner’s Dictionary

clothes peg

noun [C]   UK ( US clothespin,   US  /ˈkləʊðzpɪn/)
a short piece of wood or plastic that is used to hold clothes on a rope while they dryCleaning clothes
Translations of “clothes peg”
in Korean 빨래 집게…
in Arabic مِشْبَك…
in Portuguese pregador de roupa…
in Catalan agulla d’estendre…
in Japanese 洗濯ばさみ…
in Italian molletta per la biancheria…
in Chinese (Traditional) (曬衣服用的)衣夾…
in Russian прищепка…
in Turkish mandal…
in Chinese (Simplified) (晾衣服用的)衣夹…
in Polish klamerka…
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