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broom in Cleaning topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbroombroom /bruːm, brʊm/ ●●○ noun  1 caretaker.jpg [countable]DHC a large brush with a long handle, used for sweeping floors2 [uncountable]HBP a large bush with small yellow flowers
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broomThere's pots to wash and a broom under the counter.He would have reached for a broom or a piece of kindling.Banister installs him in a broom closet upstairs.Like the rituals of harvest and planting in pastoral societies, the desert broom tufts are a sign.We compared the sizes of the gardeners' brooms with our own.I mean, that bit in the broom cupboard - oh, you didn't see it, did you?It's the same place Boris Becker got his mistress pregnant in the broom cupboard.I looked back and saw them coming after me with the broom.