Meaning of whiteware in English:


Pronunciation /ˈwʌɪtwɛː/


mass nounNew Zealand
  • Large domestic goods such as refrigerators and washing machines.

    ‘people were spending extra cash on household furniture and whiteware’
    • ‘Countries all over the world have problems with the disposal of whiteware.’
    • ‘The defendant stated the vehicle was stolen from him before he could sell the whiteware.’
    • ‘What this actually means is that a couple have to be together longer to get their hands on half the whiteware.’
    • ‘She and her small team of assistants went for broke, covering the whiteware in outrageously colourful geometric designs.’
    • ‘He said New Zealand exported a lot of whiteware to Australia, which was also New Zealand's largest market for tourists.’
    • ‘It features a selection of products from wine to whiteware from a range of carefully selected suppliers representing well-known consumer brands.’
    • ‘The company has introduced sophisticated electronics into an increasing range of its whiteware and appliances.’
    • ‘Residents are charged $16 per item to dump whiteware at the city's transfer station, but the council also holds inorganic rubbish collections every year.’
    • ‘If stainless steel appliances don't suit your household, trusty, white whiteware is still perfectly acceptable, with new styles emerging.’
    • ‘They emptied almost everything from the house—a 42-inch TV, electric appliances, whiteware, beds and bedding, even food.’