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  • n. Alternative spelling of launderette.


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  • The complex will also feature community facilities such as a general store, café, coin laundrette and a manager's office.

    Star News Group

  • He works nights in his uncle's laundrette and goes to school during the day.

    FISH/SEX excerpt (Pradesh)

  • For a hostel in the heart of the capital boasting all mod cons including a café/bar and laundrette, it's fantastically good value.

    10 of the best hostels in London

  • Life changed suddenly for Belle, who was running her family's south London laundrette and working as a part-time music teacher when Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton spotted her working as a backing singer and harpist for Williams at the BBC Electric Proms.

    How Joanna Newsom made the harp hip

  • After being invited to play on Radio 1, she was offered a five-album deal by Universal records and she decided to concentrate on performing, selling the laundrette business that had been in her mother's family for 40 years.

    How Joanna Newsom made the harp hip

  • As "daughter of the regiment", she whisks and spins across stage with comedic pell-mell energy and Chaplinesque elfin charm, at once mascot, laundrette and unexplored love interest for the gauche troops.

    Tosca; La fille du régiment; Takacs Quartet

  • Isn't this a complete lift from My beautiful laundrette - only 30 odd years ago?


  • Stace - I'm going to have to give in and go to a laundrette and some point.

    I got my hair cut

  • I'm not used to it any more, though I've done plenty of it in my time, mostly many years ago when a student, in digs with no washing machine and no local laundrette.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The lesson: when in a foreign laundrette, do as the foreign launderers do.

    The Foreigner | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast


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