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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (rack for drying clothes)
a. drying rack
¿Puedes colgar mi vestido en el tendedero?Can you hang my dress on the drying rack?
b. clothes horse
Abrí el tendedero en el salón y colgué las camisetas mojadas.I opened the clothes horse in the living room and hung the wet T-shirts.
c. clotheshorse
Si está lloviendo, puedes colgar tu ropa en el tendedero que está en el cuarto de lavado.If it's raining, you can dry your clothes on the clotheshorse in the laundry room.
2. (rope for hanging clothes)
a. clothesline
Susan fue al jardín a quitar ropa del tendedero.Susan went into the backyard to take laundry off the clothesline.
b. washing line
El viento aireará las sábanas que tengo colgadas en el tendedero.The wind will air the sheets I hung on the washing line.
3. (place for drying clothes)
a. area for drying clothes
En la última planta del edificio hay un tendedero.There is an area for drying clothes on the top floor of the building.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (armazón)
a. clothes horse
2. (cuerda)
a. clothes line
3. (lugar)
a. drying place
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(lugar) drying place; (cuerda) clothesline; washing line; (armazón) clothes horse;
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