kitchenette

[ UK /kˌɪt‍ʃənˈɛt/ ]
[ US /ˌkɪtʃəˈnɛt/ ]
NOUN
  1. small kitchen
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How To Use kitchenette In A Sentence

  • The Guest Apartment features a kitchenette for your in-law's or guest's convenience.
  • There is also a self-contained apartment with a bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette and its own separate entrance.
  • It comprises a large open-plan room with a basement, kitchenette and storage facilities underneath.
  • Apartments: Types A1 and A2 - double bedroom, a lounge with two divan beds, a kitchenette and a shower.
  • In the loft I found a desk, two sofas with blankets and pillows on them, two chairs, a TV and computer, a bathroom and kitchenette. SILENT JOE
  • Holly moved away from the counter which separated the tiny kitchenette from the sitting room. JUST BETWEEN US
  • Though the ‘property’ has no running water, no gas supply, no mains electricity and the nearest car park is two miles away, it does boast a solar roof panel, a cylinder gas kitchenette and a bunk bed.
  • There's the usual prefatory shenanigans with father Pod (Christopher Eccleston) mountain-climbing the stairs to get into a tin of Quality Street, while his bored teenager Arrietty (Aisling Loftus) sulks in her sleeping bag (a hiking sock) and missus Homily (Sharon Horgan) busies herself in a kitchenette fashioned from pencil stubs and bottle tops. Phil Hogan's Christmas TV highlights
  • Drago Accommodation 261 rooms with bath/shower, terrace, kitchenette and lounge with convertible sofa.
  • Tenbel Saver Accommodation Rooms allocated will have bath/shower, kitchenette and lounge with convertible sofa.
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