In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cocina femininekitchen unit — módulo de cocina masculine
- kitchen waste — desechos de cocina
- I smiled and went up to my room, leaving him alone in the kitchen to prepare dinner.
- The dining room has been used by the present owner as a sitting room and has a kitchen area with wooden floors to the rear.
- Their top-floor living quarters included a kitchen, bathroom and lounge.
- The interior is one big room and the open kitchen allows you to watch the cooks do their thing while you sip your drinks.
- The fitted kitchen has solid maple units with a black granite counter top; the floor and ceiling are timber.
- We've become sedentary, convenience foods fill our kitchens, and stress is a common denominator.
- We no longer live in a time when the routines of household life revolve around the rhythms of the kitchen.
- When Jake arrived home, tired and hot, Lisa was in the kitchen throwing together a salad.
- There are a number of apartment types on offer, including two-bed duplex units with separate kitchens, and apartments with an open plan layout.
- The kitchen is fitted with units of Canadian maple and includes a four-ring Miele gas hob.
- Their young children attend local schools and English is rapidly becoming the language spoken at the kitchen table.
- Surprisingly for such a large building, air conditioning is only used for underground rooms and service areas such as kitchens.
- There is also a large patio area that borders the kitchen and dining room.
- She scrambled down the stairs and through the living room to the kitchen where her mom was cooking dinner.
- Judy regularly experiments with new recipes in her farmhouse kitchen.
- John is a man on a mission to persuade more of us to compost our garden and kitchen waste.
- It was now early evening, and Vera was in the kitchen, preparing the food that she had sent Bill out for.
- Completing the accommodation is a ceramic tiled kitchen with fitted units and appliances, as well as a breakfast bar.
- Susan found Lila in the kitchen area, preparing a chicken for the evening meal.
- Now both men and women cook, and the kitchen is no longer just a utilitarian room.
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