Definition of Dishwashing machine
1. Noun. A machine for washing dishes.
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Literary usage of Dishwashing machine
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1. Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards and Procedural and edited by Barry Leonard (2000)
"(4) dishwashing machines, (i) A dishwashing machine shall not be directly connected to any waste piping, but shall discharge its waste through a fixed air ..."
2. The Human Factor in Industry by Lee Kaufer Frankel, Alexander Fleisher (1920)
"The more essential restaurant machinery includes one ten-foot range, one dishwashing machine, one potato-peeling machine, one bread-cutting machine, ..."
3. Household Engineering: Scientific Management in the Home by Christine Frederick, American School of Home Economics (1919)
"Potato parers, fruit corers and parers, slicing devices of all kinds. Stationary chocolate and cheese graters. Stationary nut crackers. dishwashing machine. ..."
4. The American Country Girl by Martha Foote Crow (1915)
"... and the dishwashing machine which reduces that part of the labor from three separate hours each day to forty solid minutes of one single morning. ..."
5. The Vocational Education of Girls and Women by Albert H. Leake (1918)
"The electric dishwashing machine " is a simply constructed, very good-looking piece of furniture permanently installed only to the extent of being connected ..."