white goods
 n.pl.— «The partnership collects used aluminum softdrink cans, cardboard, plastic, electrical wires, abandoned cars, other metals, and even “white goods”—a term used to describe major household appliances and can also include computer monitors and casings.» —“Eric Aguon Cruz” by Mark Rabago Saipan Tribune (North Mariana Islands, Micronesia) Jan. 1, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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