Definition of Laundry. Meaning of Laundry. Synonyms of Laundry

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Definition of Laundry

Laundry
Laundry Laun"dry, n.; pl. Laundries. [OE. lavendrie, OF. lavanderie. See Launder.] 1. A laundering; a washing. 2. A place or room where laundering is done.

Meaning of Laundry from wikipedia

- Laundry refers to the washing of clothing and other textiles. Laundry processes are often done in a room reserved for that purpose; in an individual home...
- Magdalene laundries, also known as Magdalene's asylums, were Roman Catholic institutions established and operated from the 18th to the late 20th centuries...
- The French Laundry is a French restaurant located in Yountville, California, in the Napa Valley. The chef and owner of the French Laundry is Thomas Keller...
- Laundry is a role-playing game published by Cubicle 7 in 2010. The game is based on novelist Charles Stross's the Laundry Files series. The Laundry is...
- Laundry detergent, or washing powder, is a type of detergent (cleaning agent) that is added for cleaning laundry. While detergent is still sold in powdered...
- A laundry symbol, also called a care symbol, is a pictogram which represents a method of washing, for example drying, dry-cleaning and ironing clothing...
- A washing machine (laundry machine, clothes washer, or washer) is a device used to wash laundry. The term is mostly applied to machines that use water...
- A laundry ball or washing ball is a product promoted as a substitute for laundry detergent. Producers of laundry balls often make pseudoscientific claims...
- ironers for the coin laundry, multi-housing laundries, institutional laundries and laundries for consumer residences. Alliance Laundry Systems manufactures...
- The Magdalene Laundries in Ireland, also known as Magdalene asylums, were institutions usually run by Roman Catholic orders, which operated from the 18th...
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