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Related topics: Utensils
dishwasherdish‧wash‧er /ˈdɪʃˌwɒʃə $ -ˌwɒːʃər, -ˌwɑː-/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 dishwasher.jpg DFUa machine that washes dishes2 especially American English someone whose job is to wash dirty dishes, plates etc, especially in a restaurant
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dishwasherBetter yet, send the utensils through a full dishwasher cycle.Simply remove the unit door and the dishwasher slips into place.Clouds of steam from the dishwasher filled the room when the going got heavy.They were the only dishes there, and I thought about putting them in the dishwasher but decided that would be wrong.They were standing in the kitchen loading the dishwasher and putting the salads in the fridge when a picture caught her eye.On the contrary - it uses up the time we've saved with the dishwasher and the vacuum cleaner.Could they go without their dishwashers and washing machines?
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