1.a framework on which to hang clothes (as for drying)
2.a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance
definition of Wikipedia
faire sécher (fr)[Classe]
rendre sec (fr)[Thème]
entretenir le linge (opérations diverses) (fr)[DomaineCollocation]
préparer la laine (fr)[DomainRegistre]
alter, change, modify[Hyper.]
dry, dry out, dry up, wipe dry[CeQui~]
clotheshorse (n.) [colloquial , femme]
appui, soutien, support matériel (fr)[Classe...]
personne belle (fr)[Classe]
personne élégante (fr)[Classe]
A clotheshorse or clothes horse, sometimes called a clothes rack, drying horse, winterdyke, clothes maiden, drying rack, Frostick, or airer, refers to a frame upon which clothes are hung after washing to enable them to dry. The frame is usually made of wood, metal or plastic.
There are many types of drying racks, including large, stationary outdoor racks, smaller, folding portable racks, and wall-mounted drying racks. A drying rack is similar in usage and function to a clothes line, and used in lieu of a clothes dryer. The name clothes horse was in use by 1800.
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