Dishwasher vs. Washer

Dishwasher vs. Washer — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Dishwasher and Washer

Dishwashernoun

A person who washes dishes, especially one hired to wash dishes in a restaurant.

Washernoun

One who washes

a washer of clothes.a washer of windows.

Dishwashernoun

A machine for washing dishes.

Washernoun

An appliance, especially a washing machine, used for washing.

Dishwashernoun

A machine for washing dishes.

Washernoun

A flat disk, as of metal, plastic, rubber, or leather, placed beneath a nut or bolt to make the connection more secure or distribute pressure or placed between parts to space the parts properly or prevent leakage in a joint.

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Dishwashernoun

Someone who washes dishes, especially one hired to wash dishes in a restaurant.

Washernoun

Something that washes; especially an appliance such as a washing machine or dishwasher.

Dishwashernoun

A European bird, the wagtail.

Washernoun

A person who washes (especially clothes) for a living; a washerman or washerwoman.

Dishwashernoun

(AU) A bird, the restless flycatcher (Myiagra inquieta).

Washernoun

A flat disk, placed beneath a nut or at some joint, to distribute pressure, alleviate friction or prevent leakage.

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Dishwashernoun

a machine for washing dishes

Washernoun

A face cloth.

Dishwashernoun

someone who washes dishes

Washerverb

(transitive) To fit (a mechanical device) with a washer.

Washernoun

someone who washes things for a living

Washernoun

seal consisting of a flat disk placed to prevent leakage

Washernoun

a home appliance for washing clothes and linens automatically