kitchenette

noun
kitch·​en·​ette | \ ˌki-chə-ˈnet How to pronounce kitchenette (audio) \

Definition of kitchenette

: a small kitchen or an alcove containing cooking facilities

Examples of kitchenette in a Sentence

a hotel room with a kitchenette

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The lower level features a media room, game room, kitchenette and wine room. Beth Decarbo, WSJ, "Vacation Homes That Feel Like Summer Camp," 14 Feb. 2019 The home has five bedrooms, two kitchens plus a kitchenette, a 2,400-foot roof deck, a garden with water features and a gym. Katherine Clarke, WSJ, "Two Harlem Townhouses Ask One Record-Breaking $27 Million Price," 11 Jan. 2019 The apartments start with the same features—a bed, living room, bathroom, and kitchenette—but end up in a slightly different layout and color scheme. Liz Stinson, Curbed, "These tiny apartments show how to live cozy in 270 square feet," 26 July 2018 The kitchenette includes a five-gallon water jug and a single-burner propane stove and cooler, while the 6.75 cubic foot drawer can hold lots of clothes, gear, and camping supplies. Megan Barber, Curbed, "Prefab camper van kits cost $13,500," 26 July 2018 Most of the suites have a living room area and kitchenette. Elizabeth Wellington, Philly.com, "Akwaaba Philadelphia: The bed-and-breakfast that speaks to black people opens in West Philadelphia | Elizabeth Wellington," 26 June 2018 The cottage can be compared to a bungalow from the outside, and a nice hotel suite on the inside with room for a bed, living room space, kitchenette and bathroom. Christine Coppa, Country Living, "'Granny Pods' Allow Elderly Family Members to Live in a High-Tech Backyard Cottage," 13 Dec. 2018 Wood finishes on the ceiling, walls, and doors can be done in pine or cedar, and a small kitchenette features a bamboo countertop and sink. Megan Barber, Curbed, "Boho-chic, fully converted camper van is $35K," 10 Sep. 2018 Inside the spacious tents, guests can enjoy luxurious baths in a claw foot bathtub, take in the views from the sofa while sipping coffee or cook up a meal using the in-room kitchenette. Michelle Gant, Fox News, "5 glamping destinations in the US for those who want to enjoy nature in complete comfort," 27 July 2018

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First Known Use of kitchenette

1903, in the meaning defined above

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kitchenette

noun

English Language Learners Definition of kitchenette

: a small kitchen or a part of a room where food is cooked

kitchenette

noun
kitch·​en·​ette | \ ˌki-chə-ˈnet How to pronounce kitchenette (audio) \

Kids Definition of kitchenette

: a small kitchen

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