cleansing agent, cleanser, cleaner(noun)
a preparation used in cleaning something
cleaner, dry cleaner(noun)
the operator of dry-cleaning establishment
someone whose occupation is cleaning
one who, or that which, cleans
Cleaner is the name of a German project specializing in electronic music. Formerly known as Cleen, Myer released several albums on the American industrial music record label, Metropolis Records, as well as the labels Zoth Ommog and Accession Records.
A person with the ability, equipment, experience, information, knowledge, skills, tools, training and understanding to clean a property, form of housing, premises, business, company or other type of organizational premises.
My sister is a cleaner in a school and loves her job, she loves to see the building clean when she leaves it in the evening.
A person with the ability, equipment, experience, information, knowledge, skills, tools, training and understanding to clean as their form of employment according to their job description, job person specification, role, responsibilities, duties and tasks.
My mother was a cleaner in a factory for years, she loved it as she loved order and to see the premises clean every night after she went home gave her a sense of achievement and feeling of joy.
A person with the ability, equipment, experience, information, knowledge, skills, tools, training and understanding to clean as their form of self-employment according to their agreed and specific details within a service contract between them and the person who pays for their service.
My friend set-up and runs her own cleaning company, she loves her role as cleaner and manager and works full-time and can contribute to her family income and life.
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Rank popularity for the word 'cleaner' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4305
Rank popularity for the word 'cleaner' in Nouns Frequency: #2733
The numerical value of cleaner in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of cleaner in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of cleaner in a Sentence
People are glad to see their streets cleaner.
It's cleaner, with more white space and easier on the eye.
What the country needs is dirtier fingernails and cleaner minds.
We want there to be a greener, cleaner planet, but we also need to have jobs.
It's unfortunate, but this is one way the market gets cleaner and people get the help they deserve.
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- чистач, чистачкаBulgarian
- uklízeč, uklízečkaCzech
- Reinigungskraft, ReinigerGerman
- puhdistusaine, puhdistin, pesula, siivooja, imuriFinnish
- nettoyant, pressing, nettoyeurFrench
- neach-glanaidhScottish Gaelic
- tisztítószer, takarítógép, takarító, takarítónő, tisztító, vegytisztítóHungarian
- addetto alle pulizieItalian
- sprzątacz, sprzątaczka, odkurzaczPolish
- очиститель, уборщик, уборщицаRussian
- čistàčica, čìstāčSerbo-Croatian
- hiklinükan, jiklinükan, klinükanVolapük
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