English version

clothes horse

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclothes horseˈclothes horse noun [countable]  1 British English a frame that you hang clothes on to dry indoors2 WEAR CLOTHES American English informal a woman who is very interested in clothes and who likes to have many different clothes – used to show disapproval
Examples from the Corpus
clothes horseThe fire had been sparked by a clothes horse falling on to an electric fire.She wants to be known as a workhorse and not a clothes horse.The old-fashioned clothes horse offered to children with a blanket and some clothes pegs lets them explore triangular three-dimensional shapes.There is plenty of room to work around it in safety and no clothes horse to fall over!The clothes horse was drawn up.
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