Definition of dishwasher
1 : a worker employed to wash dishes
2 : a machine for washing dishes
Recent Examples of dishwasher from the Web
Selling an array of products from mobile phones to dishwashers, the company has boosted its market share by first matching Amazon on price across almost all categories, then redesigning stores to lure shoppers and sell them supplementary services.
Take your pick: washing them in the sink leaves the back of your had covered in cooking juices and oil while sticking them in the dishwasher turns them into crumpled bags with pools of cloudy water.
This off-the-grid getaway doesn't have unnecessary gadgets like a TV, microwave or dishwasher.
During this time, Shrem worked as a dishwasher at a restaurant for $8 an hour.
Most days, the trucker would drive more than 16 hours straight hauling LG dishwashers and Kumho tires to warehouses around Los Angeles, on their way to retail stores nationwide.
Sick of asking your partner to fix the drywall, mow the lawn, fix the leaky sink, take out the garbage, unload the dishwasher, or clean the kitchen?
This morning’s routine is especially crappy: crumbs on the kitchen floor, totally full dishwasher. 9:45 a.m.
As a youngster, Willie Mays once had a job as a dishwasher.
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First Known Use of dishwasher
DISHWASHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dishwasher for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to wash dishes in a restaurant
: a machine that is used to wash dishes
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