Definitions for laundry
ˈlɔn dri, ˈlɑn-laun·d·ry
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word laundry.
laundry, wash, washing, washablesnoun
garments or white goods that can be cleaned by laundering
workplace where clothes are washed and ironed
A business establishment where clothing is laundered for a fee.
A collection of items such as articles of clothing or bed linens that need to be laundered, or have just been laundered; as, put the dirty laundry in the basket and take it downstairs; hang the laundry out to dry.
A laundering; a washing.
A place or room where laundering is done - including, by extension, other forms of laundering than clothes washing.
That which needs to be, is being, or has been laundered.
You've left your dirty laundry all over the house.
Etymology: From lavanderie. See launder.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: as if lavanderie.
The affairs of the family ought to be consulted, whether they concern the stable, dairy, the pantry, or laundry. Jonathan Swift.
Chalky water is too fretting, as appeareth in laundry of cloaths, which wear out apace. Francis Bacon, Natural History.
a laundering; a washing
a place or room where laundering is done
Etymology: [OE. lavendrie, OF. lavanderie. See Launder.]
Laundry is the washing of clothing and linens. Laundry processes are often done in a business, room or area in a home or apartment building, reserved for that purpose; this is also sometimes referred to as a laundry. The material that is being washed, or has been laundered is also generally referred to as laundry.
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
A place where clothes are mangled.
The numerical value of laundry in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of laundry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
That means that ideally, we don't sell you water. We rent you water. We take it back, we clean it. We're like a laundry service. Then you can multiply your supply of water many, many times, the water that you drink today is the same water that dinosaurs drank. We don't create or destroy water. It just goes around. So we are using engineering to shorten the loop.
No other job in the world could possibly dispossess one so completely as this job of teaching. You could stand all day in a laundry, for instance, still in possession of your mind. But this teaching utterly obliterates you. It cuts right into your being essentially, it takes over your spirit. It drags it out from where it would hide.
Two, automate the predictable. Shopping, cleaning, laundry, cooking – just simplify those routines, schedule them in your day or your week and then stop thinking about them, and three – most importantly – make sure that the question you ask when you get home after a long day of work is not, ‘Why is this house a mess?’ but ‘Hey guys, how was your day?’ Starting every evening with love and calm will set the tone for a peaceful, stress-free evening.
I remember quite vividly a mother bathing her newborn in a basin filled with laundry powder and water, it's an image I'll never get out of my mind.
Radical methods of treatment of vices. It's just a joke. Don't take it seriously. Lust is a chastity belt Pride - whip Anger is a gag Gluttony - cage Greed is a leash Envy - a mask on the eyes Despondency is sex I want to work for you, well, throw off your resume, we will add you to the reserve, you are the fifteenth in line, we will hire you in seven hundred years, I hope you are a long-liver. Depilator, shearing sheep in the toilet. Northerners, I want to lock up this bambi who likes to open windows in winter, in the freezer, break the key in the keyhole, you will see how the sun melts the earth. These are the keys. What are the keys? From the bank. What bank? From a sperm bank. What? Well, I'm wearing a chastity belt. And often you take a loan from the bank (masturbation). Or replenish the deposit with abstinence. I thought you had a mouse there. And no matter how much you fiddle with your pod, your hands are probably shaking like an alcoholic. You're too tall for her, hold on to your spermatozars. Is it worth looking for a girl? Try, experiment, feel, let the girls feel. You're an artist? Yes. Do you draw money? No landscapes. Ugh, I mean cool. Damn my ex. Beckons with the middle finger. Damn my ex. Beckons with the middle finger. Do not hang on the intercom, open the door for me, wait for the second line. Fifty degrees of heat, your sweaty things on the battery, you could do the laundry, didn't drink me. Minus seventy degrees, the Chinese sat in the icy water, it's like icy lava, he sat down with his Chinese bells in the water, congratulations on you girl. Are you a prostitute? You've been burned out at work today or you've been burned out. Pulling hairs from your wife's beard, making wishes for a new life. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich
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- مغسلة, غسيل, مصبغةArabic
- пра́не, пера́лняBulgarian
- praní, prádelna, prádloCzech
- Wäscherei, Waschsalon, Wäsche, Waschküche, WaschenGerman
- μπουγάδα, πλυσταριό, άπλυτα, πλύσιμο, πλυντήριοGreek
- colada, lavandería, ropa sucia, lavadoSpanish
- رخت, رختشویی, رختشوی خانه, لباس های شسته شدهPersian
- pesutupa, pesula, pyykki, pyykkäys, pyykkääminenFinnish
- blanchissage, lessive, linge, buanderie, laverie, blanchisserieFrench
- कपड़े धोनेHindi
- mosás, mosodaHungarian
- լվացք, լվացքատունArmenian
- binatu, cucian, laundryIndonesian
- lavanderia, bucatoItalian
- 洗濯, ランドリー, 洗濯物, 洗濯屋Japanese
- 빨래, 세탁, 세탁실, 세탁물, 洗濯Korean
- Wäsch, WäschkichenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- rūma horoi kākahuMāori
- was, wasgoed, wasserijDutch
- klesvask, skittentøy, vaskerom, vaskeriNorwegian
- [[rzecz]]y [[do]] [[pranie, pralnia, praniePolish
- lavagem, área de serviço, lavação, lavandaria, lavada, lavanderia, [[roupa]] [[suja]]Portuguese
- rufe, lucruri de spălat, spălat, spălătorie, spălare, cameră de spălatRomanian
- пра́чечная, сти́рка, бельё, прачечнаяRussian
- прање, перионица, pranje, praonica, rublje, рубље, праоница, perionicaSerbo-Croatian
- pranie, práčovňa, prádloSlovak
- tvättstuga, tvättSwedish
- yıkama, çamaşır, çamaşırhane, çamaşır yıkamaTurkish
- giặt ủiVietnamese
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