English version

larder in House topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlarderlar‧der /ˈlɑːdə $ ˈlɑːrdər/ noun [countable]  DHHa small room or large cupboard for storing food in a housepantry
Examples from the Corpus
larderMore faces can easily be loaded on to a machine, like stocking a larder with exotic ingredients.Think that crops in our fields are a free larder? 5.And the larder was locked again.No dead birds in the larder in springtime.One City caterer has found a novel use for it in the larder.It's in the larder, so the cats don't get at it.To my relief I found there was an unopened bottle of wine in the larder.But the fact remains: Corn is an inherent ingredient in our traditional larder.