Definition of wringer in English:
A device for wringing water from wet clothes, mops, or other objects.
- A man standing over a hopper feeds in chunks of the batter, which are pressed through mechanical rollers that look like the clothes wringer on an old-fashioned washing machine.
- The housewife still had to use a wringer to extract the water at the end of each cycle.
- On one side of the main building there were four washing machines and two wringers, which were driven by a 20-horse-power engine placed in the adjoining building.
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