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kitchen British & World English

A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

kitchen English Thesaurus

they sat drinking cocoa in the kitchen

kitchen tea British & World English

A party held before a wedding to which female guests bring items of kitchen equipment as presents for the bride-to-be

field kitchen British & World English

A mobile kitchen facility equipped to provide hot food to troops or refugees

kitchen-diner British & World English

A room used as both a kitchen and a dining room

kitchen maid British & World English

A female domestic servant who works in a kitchen, especially as an assistant to a cook

kitchen paper British & World English

Absorbent paper used for drying and cleaning

kitchen sink British & World English

A sink in a kitchen, used for washing dishes and preparing food

soup kitchen British & World English

A place where free food is served to those who are homeless or destitute

kitchen-sink New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(of drama) depicting drab reality

kitchen cabinet British & World English

A group of unofficial advisers to the holder of an elected office who are considered to be unduly influential

kitchen garden British & World English

A garden or area where vegetables, fruit, or herbs are grown for domestic use

kitchen midden British & World English

A prehistoric refuse heap which marks an ancient settlement, chiefly containing bones, shells, and stone implements

kitchen police British & World English

Enlisted men detailed to help the cook by washing dishes, peeling vegetables, and other kitchen duties

kitchen porter British & World English

A person employed to wash dishes and carry out other menial duties in the kitchen of a restaurant or hotel

European kitchen British & World English

A compact kitchen with fitted cabinets and appliances, usually white

if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen British & World English

If you can’t deal with the pressures and difficulties of a situation, you should leave others to deal with it rather than complaining

if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen in heat British & World English

If you can’t deal with the pressures and difficulties of a situation, you should leave others to deal with it rather than complaining