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dishwasher

Pronunciation: /ˈdɪʃˌwɔːʃər; ˈdɪʃˌwɒʃə(r)/

Translation of dishwasher in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (machine) lavaplatos (masculine), lavavajillas (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) dishwasher detergent (detergente (masculine) para) lavavajillas (masculine) dishwasher powder detergente (masculine) en polvo para lavavajillas, lavavajillas (masculine) en polvo dishwasher salt sal (feminine) para lavavajillas
    Example sentences
    • Standard features include fully tiled and fitted kitchens with integrated appliances including stainless steel ovens, hobs, fridge-freezers, dishwashers and washing machines.
    • Car parking is included in the price as is a range of kitchen appliances including fridge-freezers, ovens, hobs, dishwashers, washing machines and extractor fans.
    • When buying electrical appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines, look for the water efficiency AAA label.
    1.2 (person) lavaplatos (masculine and feminine)
    Example sentences
    • About 20% of its 300 workers are foreign, many of them legal Mexican dishwashers and chambermaids.
    • He could have been one among the many migrant workers, dishwashers, messengers, cleaners, and restaurant help who perished on that day.
    • Some of the workers - who are employed as cooks, waiters, oysterman, and dishwashers - have been working at the restaurant for as long as 30 years.

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