from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small kitchen.
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- n. small kitchen or area for preparing food, often just a part of a room instead of a separate room
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A room combining a very small kitchen and a pantry, with the kitchen conveniences compactly arranged, sometimes so that they fold up out of sight and allow the kitchen to be made a part of the adjoining room by opening folding doors.
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- n. small kitchen
A kitchen or at least a kitchenette is a must as my travel companion and best friend loves to cook and gets positively grumpy if not able to do so at least every few days!
Rooms are also more likely to include free wireless Internet and a kitchenette, which is a great bonus for vacationers who can't expense their meals.
Her kitchenette was a model of order and cleanliness.
This determination has also been made for the downstairs kitchenette, which is limited to a microwave and small refrigerator.
There's also a kitchenette, which is handy if you're traveling with little ones and also allows you to whip up basic meals and have access to a refrigerator.
My unit had A / C, a ceiling fan, a very hot shower (but I never could get that much heat from the two sinks), two beds, two tables, three chairs and something I'd call a kitchenette but there wasn't a way to cook anything but coffee (had a sink and medium refrigerator).
Unfortunately I've got a "kitchenette" in my studio and can't use my ice cream maker for lack of freezer.:: sigh:: Maybe next year.
My Brooklyn "kitchenette" stood along the western wall of my living room.
A motor boat cabin fitted up with such a "kitchenette" was indeed a novelty.
She lunched alone in her "kitchenette," for George's place of employment was ten miles out of town on an interurban trolley-line, and be seldom returned before seven.