Translation of kitchen in Spanish:

kitchen

Pronunciation: /ˈkɪtʃən; ˈkɪtʃɪn/

n

  • cocina (f) (before n) kitchen foil papel (m) de aluminio, papel (m) albal® (Esp) kitchen paper papel (m) de cocina, toalla (f) nova (Chi) kitchen roll rollo (m) de papel de cocina, rollo (m) de toalla nova (Chi) kitchen unit módulo (m) de cocina kitchen waste desechos (mpl) de cocina
    More example sentences
    • It was now early evening, and Vera was in the kitchen, preparing the food that she had sent Bill out for.
    • There is also a large patio area that borders the kitchen and dining room.
    • We've become sedentary, convenience foods fill our kitchens, and stress is a common denominator.

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