Definition of airer in English:

airer

noun

British
  • A frame or stand for airing or drying clothes.

    • ‘There are wall (not ceiling) mounted clothes airers.’
    • ‘It was hard in wet weather to get them dry, too, but somehow or other they did, on the fireguard, over the airer, or even in the oven!’
    • ‘They also give details of what is inside the home which can include: clothes airer, fridge, colour T.V., video, microwave, vacuum cleaner, toaster, kettle, double glazing, carpet sweeper, linen, gas cooker and central heating.’
    • ‘I recently made one of those pulley-operated clothes airers out of dowelling and wooden coathangers whose hooks had fallen off.’
    • ‘Second, we have just one clothes airer, and one spot (handily, right in front of the radiator) to stand it, fully laden with damp clothes dripping on each other.’

Pronunciation:

airer

/ˈɛːrə/