Definition of mod cons in English:

mod cons

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Pronunciation: /mɒdˈkɒnz
 
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noun

British informal
  • The amenities and appliances characteristic of a well-equipped modern house that contribute to an easier and more comfortable way of life: the property has all mod cons
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    • But in those days there were few mod cons, cleaning appliances or chemicals, so scrubbing up was hard work and everyone who did it was greatly respected.
    • Each house has a modern kitchen fitted out with all mod cons.
    • Masterminded by a highly skilled local craftsman, the restoration is a superb example of how to combine the charm and character of a period property with all the mod cons of modern building methods.

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