[klohz-pin, klohth z-, klohs-] /ˈkloʊzˌpɪn, ˈkloʊðz-, ˈkloʊs-/
a device, such as a forked piece of wood or plastic, for fastening articles to a clothesline.
also clothespin, by 1834, American English, from clothes + pin (n.). Clothes-peg in the same sense attested from 1812.
noun 1. a pole used for supporting a clothesline. noun 1. Also called clothes post. a post to which a clothesline is attached 2. (Scot & US) another term for clothes prop
[klohz-pres, klohth z-] /ˈkloʊzˌprɛs, ˈkloʊðz-/ noun 1. a receptacle for , as a chest, wardrobe, or closet.
[klohz-pres, klohth z-] /ˈkloʊzˌprɛs, ˈkloʊðz-/ noun 1. a receptacle for , as a chest, wardrobe, or closet. noun 1. a piece of furniture for storing clothes, usually containing wide drawers and a cabinet
- Clothes prop
noun 1. a long wooden pole with a forked end, used to raise a line of washing to enable it to catch the breeze