Kitchen appliance definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

Kitchen appliance definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

kitchen appliance in British English

(ˈkɪtʃɪn əˈplaɪəns)

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Kitchen appliance specialists and an intercom company have also been spotted outside.

The Sun (2013) Buying one’s wife a kitchen appliance usually strays into high-risk, ‘her-indoors’ stereotype territory.

Times, Sunday Times (2012)Kitchen-appliance makers have yet to come up with something compelling.

Times, Sunday Times (2018)It will never excite, but in five years it will have done its job as well as a good kitchen appliance has done its own.

Times, Sunday Times (2010)The 24-year-old took out a loan of 250 to pay for a kitchen appliance and paid interest of 650.

The Sun (2013)If ever a kitchen appliance captured the zeitgeist, this is it: you can now eat your own face, thanks to a selfie toaster.

Times, Sunday Times (2014)

[external_link offset=2]It’s the brand of kitchen appliance that graces a million middle-class kitchens and gleams in the dreams of the aspirational.

Times, Sunday Times (2014)Gas means instant and easily controllable heat on tap, but is also rather like taking a kitchen appliance into the garden.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some kitchen appliances make unwelcome gifts; this isn’t one of them.

Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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