Definition of 'appliance'
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Our dependency on data is likely to increase as the internet of things becomes a reality, running our home appliances and business processes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)About 400,000 people use high-cost credit deals to buy household appliances and furniture. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The quantity of electrical household appliances sold rose by 19 per cent on the month and the amount spent rose 24 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE most unreliable appliance in British homes is the standalone cooker, a poll has found. The Sun (2017)The phones can also be used with appliances such as washing machines to aid the disabled. The Sun (2009)In this new series history benefits from the appliance of science. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some single policies will cover all your domestic appliances. The Sun (2015) One or two appliances and a light. Christianity Today (2000)Makers of washing machines rely on appliance stores. Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon) (1990)You must avoid the temptation to do this while handling electrical appliances. The Allergy Handbook (1988)Officials sent three appliances to the homes only to discover there was no blaze. The Sun (2008)There will be no shortage of appliance makers leaping in. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Sales of furniture and domestic appliances had also risen. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Small domestic appliances were brought in for mechanics to repair. Critical Social Research (1990)But she is particularly fond of one gym appliance she claims gives top results on her bottom. The Sun (2014)False cupboard fronts can be used to hide washing machines and other appliances. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nor is a life lived in fear of soft toys and domestic appliances. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These insurance policies are sold alongside household appliances and kick in after expiry of the standard guarantee period provided by the manufacturer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This included 50,000 for equipment and appliances for her showroom. The Sun (2006)When he reached home and tried to use the appliance it was faulty and therefore he returned to the store for a replacement. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)Nowadays, the appliance of science is part and parcel of the beauty world. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He could also learn to use the vacuum cleaner, the washing machine and other household appliances. Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)We also cut back on furniture, appliances and hols. The Sun (2010)It does not charge the appliances when in use, as so many units do. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This shows firms are turning their attention to household appliances - to add features that make lives easier. The Sun (2014)This, by the way, explains why dealer relations problems are chronic in industries such as home appliances. MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986)Very soon, millions more sensors, appliances and other devices large and small will take the web to new places. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'appliance'
British English: appliance /əˈplaɪəns/ NOUN
An appliance is a device such as a vacuum cleaner that does a particular job in your home.
- American English: appliance
- Arabic: جِهاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: aparelho
- Chinese: 器具
- Croatian: uređaj
- Czech: spotřebič
- Danish: apparat
- Dutch: toestel
- European Spanish: aparato eléctrico
- Finnish: laite
- French: appareil ménager
- German: Gerät
- Greek: συσκευή
- Italian: apparecchio
- Japanese: 器具
- Korean: 기구
- Norwegian: hjelpemiddel
- Polish: urządzenie
- European Portuguese: aparelho
- Romanian: aparat
- Russian: бытовой прибор
- Spanish: aparato
- Swedish: redskap
- Thai: เครื่องใช้
- Turkish: cihaz
- Ukrainian: прилад
- Vietnamese: thiết bị
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