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kitch·en

 (kĭch′ən)
n.
1. A room or an area equipped for preparing and cooking food.
2. A style of cooking; cuisine: a restaurant with a fine French kitchen.
3. A staff that prepares, cooks, and serves food.

[Middle English kichene, from Old English cycene, probably from Vulgar Latin *cocīna, from Late Latin coquīna, from feminine of Latin coquīnus, of cooking, from coquus, cook, from coquere, to cook; see pekw- in Indo-European roots.]

kitchen

(ˈkɪtʃɪn)
n
a. a room or part of a building equipped for preparing and cooking food
b. (as modifier): a kitchen table.
[Old English cycene, ultimately from Late Latin coquīna, from Latin coquere to cook; see kiln]

kitch•en

(ˈkɪtʃ ən)

n.
1. a room or place equipped for cooking or preparing food.
2. culinary department.
3. the staff or equipment of a kitchen.
adj.
4. of or resembling a pidgin language, esp. as used for communication between employers and employees who do not speak the same language.
[before 1000; Middle English kichene, Old English cycene « Latin coquīna, derivative of coqu(ere) to cook compare cuisine]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kitchen - a room equipped for preparing mealskitchen - a room equipped for preparing meals
dwelling, dwelling house, habitation, home, abode, domicile - housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
caboose, cookhouse, ship's galley, galley - the area for food preparation on a ship
galley - the kitchen area for food preparation on an airliner
kitchenette - small kitchen
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"

kitchen

noun cookhouse, galley, kitchenette, scullery eating a snack in the kitchen

Kitchen equipment

Aga (trademark), bain-marie, baking tray, barbecue or (Austral. slang) barbie, batterie de cuisine, blender, bottle opener, bread knife, cafetiere, cake tin, carving knife, casserole, chip pan, chopping board, chopsticks, coffee grinder, coffeepot, colander, cooker, cooling rack, corkscrew, deep fat fryer, dessertspoon, double saucepan or (U.S. & Canad.) double boiler, egg beater or egg whisk, fan-assisted oven, fish slice, flan tin, food processor, fork, frying pan, grater, gravy boat or sauce boat, griddle or (Scot.) girdle, grill, ice-cream maker, icing bag, jelly bag, juicer or juice extractor, kettle, knife, masher, mould, ladle, lemon squeezer, liquidizer, loaf tin, mandoline, measuring jug, mezzaluna, microwave or microwave oven, mixing bowl, mortar and pestle, nutcracker, olla, oven, pastry cutter, peeler, pepper mill, percolator, poacher, pot, pot-au-feu, ramekin, ricer (U.S. & Canad.), rolling pin, rotisserie, saucepan, scales, sieve, skillet, spatula, spoon, spurtle, steamer, strainer, tablespoon, tagine, tandoor, teapot, teaspoon, tenderizer, timbale, tin-opener, toaster, toasting fork, whisk, wok, wooden spoon
Translations
مطبخمَطْبَخمَطْبَخٌ
кухня
kuchyně
køkkenkøkken-
kuirejo
آشپزخانه
keittiö
kuhinja
konyha
dapur
eldhús
台所
주방
coquina
virtuvėlė
virtuve
kuchynský
kuhinja
kök
jiko
ครัว
bếp
厨房廚房

kitchen

[ˈkɪtʃɪn]
A. Ncocina f
B. CPD [cupboard, knife, equipment] → de cocina; [window] → de la cocina
kitchen cabinet Narmario m de cocina (Pol) → grupo m de asesores personales CABINET kitchen foil Npapel m de aluminio
kitchen garden Nhuerto m
kitchen maid Nayudanta f de cocina
kitchen paper Ntoallitas fpl de papel
kitchen range Ncocina f económica
kitchen roll N = kitchen paper kitchen salt Nsal f de cocina
kitchen sink Nfregadero m, pila f
they took everything but the kitchen sinkse llevaron la casa a cuestas
kitchen sink drama Nobra f ultrarrealista
kitchen unit Nmódulo m de cocina

kitchen

[ˈkɪtʃɪn]
ncuisine f
a fitted kitchen → une cuisine aménagée
modif [knife, table] → de cuisinekitchen cabinet n
(fig) (POLITICS) (British)proches conseillers mpl du Premier ministre (US)proches conseillers mpl du Président
(= cupboard) → armoire f de cuisine

kitchen

nKüche f

kitchen

:
kitchen foil
nAlufolie f
kitchen garden
nGemüsegarten m, → Küchengarten m
kitchen knife
nKüchenmesser nt
kitchenmaid
nKüchenmagd f
kitchen range
nKüchenherd m
kitchen roll
nKüchenrolle f
kitchen scales
kitchen scissors
plKüchenschere f, → Haushaltsschere f
kitchen sink
nSpüle f, → Ausguss m, → Spülstein m; I’ve packed everything but the kitchen (inf)ich habe den ganzen Hausrat eingepackt
kitchen-sink drama
nAlltagsdrama nt, → Wohnküchendrama nt
kitchen timer
kitchen unit
kitchenware

kitchen

[ˈkɪtʃɪn]
1. ncucina
2. adj (cupboard, equipment) → da cucina

kitchen

(ˈkitʃin) noun
a room where food is cooked. A smell of burning was coming from the kitchen; (also adjective) a kitchen table.
ˌkitcheˈnette (-ˈnet) noun
a small kitchen.

kitchen

مَطْبَخٌ kuchyně køkken Küche κουζίνα cocina keittiö cuisine kuhinja cucina 台所 주방 keuken kjøkken kuchnia cozinha кухня kök ครัว mutfak bếp 厨房

kitchen

n. cocina.
References in classic literature ?
On the night between the last day of winter and the first of spring, every chink and cranny had been ransacked, except within the precincts of the kitchen. This fated evening was an ugly one.
She thought she was in the kitchen getting the kettle ready for tea, and was warming herself with her feet upon the fender and the skirt of her gown tucked up, before the collapsed fire in the middle of the grate, bordered on either hand by a deep cold black ravine.
She cooked, and all ate, in the kitchen, where she likewise washed, starched, and ironed clothes on all days of the week except Sunday; for her income came largely from taking in washing from her more prosperous neighbors.
Slurk, 'by the kitchen fire.' So, gathering up his hat and newspaper, he stalked solemnly behind the landlord to that humble apartment, and throwing himself on a settle by the fireside, resumed his countenance of scorn, and began to read and drink in silent dignity.
A door of communication leading into the kitchen of the cottage had been torn from its hinges, and used to carry the men wounded in the skirmish from the field.
I reached the Grange before sunset, and knocked for admittance; but the family had retreated into the back premises, I judged, by one thin, blue wreath, curling from the kitchen chimney, and they did not hear.
He told Jotham to go out and harness up the greys, and for a moment he and Mattie had the kitchen to themselves.
Having already given up their own room to their lodgers, the landlord and landlady had no other place to sleep in than the kitchen. Next to the kitchen, and communicating with it by a door, was an outhouse; used, partly as a scullery, partly as a lumber-room.
He then demanded his billets, together with a mug of beer, and complaining it was cold, spread himself before the kitchen fire.
I--I'm afraid you'll have ter have bread and milk in the kitchen with me.
The setting sun made the window panes glow like red flame; but the kitchen fire was not alight.
In his lay capacity, he persisted in sitting down in the damp to such an insane extent, that when his coat was taken off to be dried at the kitchen fire, the circumstantial evidence on his trousers would have hanged him if it had been a capital offence.