What do you call this kind of clotheslines?

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Source: http://righthere2014.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-194.html

(They are often used in Japan and other Asian countries.)

  • I'd call that a "clothes rod". – Hot Licks Sep 19 '17 at 13:06

Perhaps "a (hanging) (clothes) rack"

e.g. "I saw a pair of trousers on the rack in my size."

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  • Your example seems to be about clothes in a shop. The example picture is drying clothes on a balcony. Your answer probably needs further explanation as to how these are the same. Also (as noted on one of your other answers) please consider including a dictionary definition with a link to it, where appropriate and possible. – AndyT Sep 19 '17 at 13:57

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