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kitchenette

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkitchenettekitch‧en‧ette /ˌkɪtʃəˈnet/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 a small room or area where you can prepare and eat food, especially in an office or flat
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kitchenetteThe apartments sleep 2-4 and have private facilities, kitchenette and balcony.When Converse described his adventures in the motel kitchenette, the lawyer shrugged and smiled in an irritating manner.Tenbel Saver Accommodation Rooms allocated will have bath/shower, kitchenette and lounge with convertible sofa.They pulled him upright and walked him into a small kitchenette next to the Murphy bed.The miniature stainless-steel kitchenette looked as if it had never been cooked in.He walked out of the kitchenette and back to where the towels were.Le Mandrie offers one -, two-and three-bedroom rooms with kitchenettes and bathrooms.The apartments are comfortable and spacious with kitchenette, private bathroom and balcony and sleep 2,3 or 4.
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