Definition of 'larder'

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Synonyms of "larder"
Synonyms of "larder"
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French Definition of "larder"
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Example sentences containing 'larder'

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She recalled that when the larder was empty the family knelt in prayer. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The loft was additionally used as a makeshift larder to store food. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The appliances have already been taken out, so we turn to the cupboards and larder. Sanderson, Stephen K. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)Everything is stored in the floor-to-ceiling cupboards and a larder they built themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I suppose you could call it original larder food. The Sun (2015)My kitchen doesn't have a larder or pantry, rather a series of cupboards and shelves. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Behind the kitchen are a utility room, a laundry chute and a walk-in larder. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In real terms, compared to the cost of other foods, the larder is the bargain basement. Smith, Drew Food Watch (1994)A well-made and well-designed larder or pantry is the pride and joy of the kitchen. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Empty out the larder, paying special attention to bags of dried fruit, rice or pulses that may have been stored for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is no way that anyone can pretend that food in the larder, or detergent under the sink, has a value that will increase over time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

Synonyms of 'larder'

pantry, store, cupboard, storeroom

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Translations for 'larder'

British English: larder /ˈlɑːdə/ NOUN
A larder is a room or large cupboard in a house, usually near the kitchen, in which food is kept.
  • American English: pantry
  • Arabic: مَوْضِعٌ لِـحِفْظِ الأَطْعِمَةِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: despensa
  • Chinese: 贮藏处
  • Croatian: smočnica
  • Czech: spíž
  • Danish: spisekammer
  • Dutch: provisiekamer
  • European Spanish: alacena
  • Finnish: ruokakomero
  • French: garde-manger
  • German: Speisekammer
  • Greek: κελάρι
  • Italian: dispensa
  • Japanese: 食料置場
  • Korean: 식료품 저장실
  • Norwegian: spiskammer
  • Polish: spiżarnia
  • European Portuguese: despensa
  • Romanian: cămară
  • Russian: кладовая
  • Spanish: alacena
  • Swedish: skafferi
  • Thai: ตู้เก็บอาหาร
  • Turkish: kiler
  • Ukrainian: комора
  • Vietnamese: tủ đựng thức ăn


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