[ US /əˈpɫaɪəns/ ]
[ UK /ɐplˈa‍ɪ‍əns/ ]
NOUN
  1. a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
  2. durable goods for home or office use
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How To Use appliance In A Sentence

  • Upon noticing the new appliance, he stomped his little feet and clapped with joy.
  • Most appliances come with a free oneyear warranty. The Sun
  • Today's kitchens have high-tech appliances, lush countertops, designer cabinets, and tile or wood floors.
  • There should be no dust or static on any appliances, and curtain linings must be checked for stains. Times, Sunday Times
  • More than a dozen appliances, including 10 pumps and a breathing apparatus tender from Bolton, attended the fire which started at about 7pm.
  • Typical appliances rested on a long line of marble counters surrounding an island in the middle of the room.
  • The Group is supplying to a many Global 1000 companies in the Automotive, Health Care, Medical, Industrial, Office Appliance, Consumer Electronics and Home Appliance sectors.
  • Use of an unvented gas appliance for space heating was associated negatively with toluene concentrations.
  • A disposer, like most appliances, once used, suffers from disuse. Houston Chronicle
  • The phones can also be used with appliances such as washing machines to aid the disabled. The Sun
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