Translation for 'washing machine' from English to Icelandic
NOUN   a washing machine | washing machines
SYNO automatic washer | washer | washing machine
þvottavél {kv}washing machine
Partial Matches
þvottur {k}washing
þvottaduft {hv}washing powder
þvottasódi {k} [Na2CO3] [E-500]washing soda
taukarfa {kv}washing basket
þvottaefni {hv}washing powder
handþvottur {k}hand washing
þvottaefni {hv}washing agent
þeytivinda {kv}washing spinner
þvottabali {k}washing tub
þvottakona {kv}
washing woman
uppþvottur {k}washing-up
þvottastöð {kv} [ullarþvottastöð]wool washing company
ullarþvottastöð {kv}wool washing company
uppþvottabursti {k}washing-up brush
þvottasnúra {kv}washing line [Br.]
uppvask {hv}washing-up [Br.] [process]
uppþvottalögur {k}washing-up liquid [Br.]
vél {kv}
vinnuvél {kv}work machine
vélknúinn {adj}
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Usage Examples English
  • A washing machine (laundry machine, clothes washer, washer, or simply wash) is a home appliance used to wash laundry.
  • For example, the laundry symbols used in the United Kingdom follow the recommendations of ISO 3758:2005 showing the temperature of the washing machine water in degrees Celsius only.
  • wide, which is large enough to accommodate a standard-sized, North American washing machine or clothes dryer with enough extra room for an appliance dolly.
  • Before the advent of the washing machine, laundry was often done in a communal setting.
  • Newton is home to one of America's first business aircraft. The aircraft was a Travel Air 6000 owned by Harry Ogg, owner of the Automatic Washing Machine Company and was named "Smiling Thru".

  • After the war, Dirksen invested money in an electric washing machine business, but it failed, after which he joined his brothers in running the Dirksen Brothers Bakery.
  • A classic example of open loop control is a washing machine that runs through a pre-determined cycle without the use of sensors.
  • A clothes dryer is a household appliance that is used to remove moisture from a load of clothing and other textiles, generally shortly after they are cleaned in a washing machine.
  • This is done by moving the beet around in washing and scrubbing tanks not unlike a washing machine.
  • Another, albeit less common offense, is the "motion c", sometimes nicknamed "washing machine offence", in which two "weak-side" (to the right of the goal for right-handed players) perimeter players set up as a wing and a flat.

  • The Stamford based YouTube personality and inventor Colin Furze created a 14 metres high trebuchet capable of throwing a washing machine in December 2020.
  • CD-R recording systems available in 1990 were similar to the washing machine-sized Meridian CD Publisher, based on the two-piece rack mount Yamaha PDS audio recorder costing $35,000, [...] not including the required external ECC circuitry for data encoding, SCSI hard drive subsystem, and MS-DOS control computer.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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