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    the feather of ...

    I don't understand this sentence becuase of "the feather of "?

    Drum washer has the feather of uniformly, less wear and less water consumption.

    What is the meaning of "the feeather of" here?

    Thanks

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    Re: the feather of ...

    Quote Originally Posted by fang2008 View Post
    I don't understand this sentence becuase of "the feather of "?

    Drum washer has the feather of uniformly, less wear and less water consumption.

    What is the meaning of "the feeather of" here?

    Thanks
    Where did you find this? It was either written by a non-native user of English, or has several typos, or both. Whichever the case may be, your 'sentence' is indecipherable!

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    Re: the feather of ...

    If change to:

    Drum washer has the feature such as less water consumption and less wear of clothes.

    Is it understandable?

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