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You want a washing machine delivered tomorrow? Times, Sunday Times (2017)It turned out to be caused by a faulty washing machine in the rented flat upstairs. The Sun (2016)Make sure they are not somewhere noisy, ie on top of the washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Its new washing machine comes with a phone or tablet app that helps you to choose the wash cycle best suited to your clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The dogs are trained to help with small tasks, such as turning on lights and emptying the washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I do the washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The animals can help the wheelchair-bound to get dressed and undressed, turn on lights and empty the washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Consider the number of times each week your household uses the washing machine. The Sun (2008)Green appliances such as energy efficient fridges and washing machines were also installed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There were bits of rowing kit around, but the washing machine was used regularly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some don't know how to use a washing machine. The Sun (2011)He can load the washing machine, get my shopping and hand the purse to the cashier. The Sun (2013)After six weeks, the washing machine leaked. The Sun (2016)Definitely at least one pair of underpants per day, unless you have access to a washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)WAIT for a full load before running a dishwasher or washing machine. The Sun (2008)She was then given a demonstration of one helping a wheelchair-bound person to undress and use a washing machine. The Sun (2009)She survived because she was wedged in a gap next to her washing machine, which took the force of the blast. The Sun (2015)I've had to work out how to use a washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But ones with synthetic fillings will usually be OK to wash in your washing machine. The Sun (2014)He said: 'I liken it to a washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was'a cog in the global washing machine' through which the fraudster laundered billions of pounds. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The source added: 'I suppose they thought if you are going to launder money why not use a washing machine. The Sun (2009)I don't use the washing machine, either. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So I bought a house and turned 40 happily throwing my laundry into my own washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One of my great frustrations is that the washing machine is in a room I can't access. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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Translations for 'washing machine'

British English: washing machine /ˈwɒʃɪŋ məˈʃiːn/ NOUN
A washing machine is a machine that you use to wash clothes in.
Dad put his shirts in the washing machine.
  • American English: washing machine
  • Arabic: غَسَّالَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: máquina de lavar roupa
  • Chinese: 洗衣机
  • Croatian: stroj za pranje rublja
  • Czech: pračka
  • Danish: vaskemaskine
  • Dutch: wasmachine
  • European Spanish: lavadora
  • Finnish: pesukone
  • French: machine à laver
  • German: Waschmaschine
  • Greek: πλυντήριο ρούχων
  • Italian: lavatrice
  • Japanese: 洗濯機
  • Korean: 세탁기
  • Norwegian: vaskemaskin
  • Polish: pralka
  • European Portuguese: máquina de lavar roupa
  • Romanian: mașină de spălat
  • Russian: стиральная машина
  • Spanish: lavadora
  • Swedish: tvättmaskin
  • Thai: เครื่องซักผ้า
  • Turkish: çamaşır makinesi
  • Ukrainian: пральна машина
  • Vietnamese: máy giặt

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