Laundry

Laun"dry

(?), n.;
pl. Laundries (#).
[OE. lavendrie, OF. lavanderie. See Launder.] 1. A laundering; a washing.
[1913 Webster]

2. A place or room where laundering is done; a laundry room.
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3. A business establishment where clothing is laundered for a fee.
[PJC]

4. A collection of items such as articles of clothing or bed linens that need to be laundered, or have just been laundered; as, put the dirty laundry in the basket and take it downstairs; hang the laundry out to dry.
[PJC]

coin laundry A business establishment with washing and drying machines operated by coins, where items such as articles of clothing may be laundered and dried by the customer.
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