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[kich-uh-net] /ˌkɪtʃ əˈnɛt/
a very small, compact kitchen.
Also, kitchenet.
Origin of kitchenette
1905-10, Americanism; kitchen + -ette Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for kitchenette
  • Apparently, sci-fi fandom merchandisers became obsessed with kitchenette baked goods at some point.
  • Each room has a private balcony, two bedrooms and a kitchenette area.
  • Cottages on or near the beach usually include a kitchen or kitchenette.
  • Deluxe rooms also include a kitchenette, a lounging arm chair, and a minibar.
  • Efficiency rooms have a kitchenette, while suites have a full kitchen.
  • The suite room features a king sized bed with kitchenette or whirlpool soaking tub.
  • Each suite has one bedroom, one and a half baths, and a great room with a dining area and kitchenette.
  • Some of the rooms include a fully furnished kitchenette with stove and dishware.
  • Studio bedrooms provide a kitchenette, and all rooms come with private balconies and a coffee maker.
  • Larger suites include additional bedrooms, sitting rooms and a kitchenette.
British Dictionary definitions for kitchenette


a small kitchen or part of another room equipped for use as a kitchen
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for kitchenette

1905, American English, a hybrid from kitchen + -ette.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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