drainer

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drainer (plural drainers)

  1. That which drains.
    • 2003, Gail Waesche Kislevitz, The Spirit of the Marathon (page 78)
      I know that poor form is one of the biggest drainers of energy, so even though I slowed down significantly I made a very conscious effort to maintain good form.
  2. A frame or rack for allowing washed crockery etc to dry naturally.
  3. A person who explores drains, tunnels, and/or sewers.

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(frame or rack for drying):

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English drain.

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drainer

  1. to drain
  2. (figuratively) to drain

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