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trouser press

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
trouser pressˈtrouser press noun [countable] British English  DCa piece of equipment that you can keep your trousers in to keep them flat and smooth, often found in hotel rooms
Examples from the Corpus
trouser pressThere is a trouser press in every manservant's room.Now, women on television are depicted as tough cookies who need a man like a fish needs a trouser press.All rooms have central heating, direct dial telephone, television, tea making facilities, hairdryers, trouser press, etc.
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