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dinette

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: House
dinettedi‧nette /daɪˈnet/ noun [countable] American English  DHHa small area, usually in or near the kitchen, where people eat meals
Examples from the Corpus
dinetteThe crew's cabin and dinette are forward.A three-piece suite and coffee table occupied the front half, a fitted kitchen and dinette the rear.By May 1, twenty little tomato plants in sawed-off milk cartons had taken over the kitchen dinette.Toni picked up their glasses and went into the dinette off the side of the kitchen.
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