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cu·li·nar·y

 (kŭl′ə-nĕr′ē, kyo͞o′lə)
adj.
Of or relating to a kitchen or to cookery.

[Latin culīnārius, from culīna, kitchen; see pekw- in Indo-European roots.]

cu′li·nar′i·ly (-nâr′ə-lē) adv.

culinary

(ˈkʌlɪnərɪ)
adj
(Cookery) of, relating to, or used in the kitchen or in cookery
[C17: from Latin culīna kitchen]
ˈculinarily adv

cu•li•nar•y

(ˈkyu ləˌnɛr i, ˈkʌl ə-)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or used in cooking or the kitchen: the culinary arts.
[1630–40; < Latin culīnārius of the kitchen =culīn(a) kitchen, food + -ārius -ary]
cu′li•nar`i•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.culinary - of or relating to or used in cooking
Translations
مَطْبَخـي، خاص بالطَّبْخ
kuchařský
kulinarisk
konyhai
matreiîslu-
kulinarinis
culinary herbsgaršaugikulinārijas-
kuchársky
aşçılığa ait

culinary

[ˈkʌlɪnərɪ] ADJculinario

culinary

[ˈkʌlɪnəri] adj [skill, art, tradition] → culinaire

culinary

adjkulinarisch; skill, talents etcim Kochen

culinary

[ˈkʌlɪnrɪ] adjculinario/a

culinary

(ˈkalinəri) adjective
of or used in the kitchen or in cookery. culinary herbs.
References in classic literature ?
Joe had conveyed his portable kitchen to the oasis, and proceeded to indulge in any number of culinary combinations, using water all the time with the most profuse extravagance.
It includes kitchen and parlour, generally; but I believe at Wuthering Heights the kitchen is forced to retreat altogether into another quarter: at least I distinguished a chatter of tongues, and a clatter of culinary utensils, deep within; and I observed no signs of roasting, boiling, or baking, about the huge fireplace; nor any glitter of copper saucepans and tin cullenders on the walls.
She conceived an affection for the pigeons which had thrown themselves on her hospitality; and when Boxtel's servant reclaimed them with culinary intentions, having eaten the first fifteen already, and now wishing to eat the other fifteen, she offered to buy them from him for a consideration of six stivers per head.
But they were not in a situation to suffer their thoughts to dwell on the charms of natural objects; and, as the scout had not found it necessary to cease his culinary labors while he spoke, unless to point out, with a broken fork, the direction of some particularly obnoxious point in the rebellious stream, they now suffered their attention to be drawn to the necessary though more vulgar consideration of their supper.
The choice morsel had been judiciously separated from the adjoining and less worthy parts of the beast, and, enveloped in the hairy coating provided by nature, it had duly undergone the heat of the customary subterraneous oven, and was now laid before its proprietors in all the culinary glory of the prairies.
As it was, his worthy followers, in the course of their brief interview, had contrived to purloin a bag containing almost all the culinary utensils of the party.
The very sight of him with one grimy thumb buried deep in the lukewarm stew, that seemed, from the frequency of its repetition, to constitute the pride of his culinary art, was sufficient to take away the girl's appetite.
Meanwhile the right culinary vessel was selected, water was seemingly distilled, and after consultation and long delay passed out to the thirsty one -- not yet suffered to cool, not yet to settle.
The numerous cooks who attended on the Prince's progress, having exerted all their art in varying the forms in which the ordinary provisions were served up, had succeeded almost as well as the modern professors of the culinary art in rendering them perfectly unlike their natural appearance.
We thought at first that it was a necessary part of the culinary arrangements.
The young lieutenant prepared a fire, and the girl presided over the primitive culinary rights of their simple meal.
He produced a bright little stew-pan from his collection of culinary utensils as he spoke.