kitchen


kitchen
noun
ADJECTIVE
clean, spotless
modern
dirty
little, small, tiny
big, huge, large, spacious
open, open-plan (esp. BrE)
galley
fitted, fully fitted (both BrE)
communal, shared
domestic (esp. BrE), home (AmE)
professional, restaurant
mobile
kosher
KITCHEN + NOUN
area
door, floor, window
cabinet, chair, cupboard, drawers, sink, stool, table, unit (esp. BrE)
counter (AmE), countertop (AmE), surface (esp. BrE), worktop (BrE)
faucet (AmE), tap (esp. BrE)
clock, equipment, gadgets, implements, knife, scale (AmE), scales (esp. BrE), scissors, timer, tools (esp. AmE), utensils
foil (BrE)
paper, roll, towels (all BrE) (paper towels in AmE)
island

I sat at the kitchen island eating a bowl of cereal.

appliance, fire, range, stove
facilities

All our chalets have kitchen facilities.

scraps, waste
police (AmE, informal), staff
maid, porter (BrE), worker
garden (= for growing food for the kitchen) (BrE)
PREPOSITION
in a/the kitchen

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Kitchen — Kitch en (k[i^]ch [e^]n), n. [OE. kichen, kichene, kuchene, AS. cycene, L. coquina, equiv. to culina a kitchen, fr. coquinus pertaining to cooking, fr. coquere to cook. See {Cook} to prepare food, and cf. {Cuisine}.] 1. A room equipped for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • kitchen — (n.) c.1200, from O.E. cycene, from W.Gmc. *kokina (Cf. M.Du. cökene, O.H.G. chuhhina, Ger. Küche, Dan. kjèkken), probably borrowed from V.L. *cocina (Cf. Fr. cuisine, Sp. cocina), variant of L. coquina kitchen, from fem. of coquinus of …   Etymology dictionary

  • Kitchen — Kitch en, v. t. To furnish food to; to entertain with the fare of the kitchen. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Kitchen — Kitchen; kitchen; …   English syllables

  • kitchen — ► NOUN 1) a room where food is prepared and cooked. 2) a set of fitments and units installed in a kitchen. ORIGIN Old English, ultimately from Latin coquere to cook …   English terms dictionary

  • kitchen — [n] room for cooking food canteen, cookery, cookhouse, cook’s room, cuisine, eat in, gallery, galley, kitchenette, mess, scullery; concept 448 …   New thesaurus

  • kitchen — [kich′ən] n. [ME kychene < OE cycene < VL cocina, cucina: see CUISINE] 1. a room or place or the equipment for the preparation and cooking of food 2. a staff that cooks and serves food …   English World dictionary

  • Kitchen — For other uses, see Kitchen (disambiguation). A modern Western kitchen A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation. In the West, a modern residential kitchen is typically equipped with a stove, a sink with hot and… …   Wikipedia

  • Kitchen — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cinéma et télévision Kitchen est un film américain réalisé par Andy Warhol et Ronald Tavel en 1965. Kitchen est un film japonais réalisé par Yoshimitsu… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • kitchen — n. 1 the room or area where food is prepared and cooked. 2 (attrib.) of or belonging to the kitchen (kitchen knife; kitchen table). 3 sl. the percussion section of an orchestra. Phrases and idioms: everything but the kitchen sink everything… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kitchen — Der Name Kitchen (engl. „Küche“) bezieht sich auf: einen Experimentalfilm von Andy Warhol, siehe Kitchen (Film) das Buch Kitchen mit der titelgebenden Erzählung von Banana Yoshimoto Kitchen ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bethuel Kitchen …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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