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scullery

noun [C] uk   /ˈskʌl.ər.i/ us    /ˈ-ɚ-/
especially in a large old house, a room next to the kitchen where pans are washed and vegetables are prepared for cooking: Our house has the original scullery.
Translations of “scullery”
in Spanish trascocina…
in French arrière-cuisine…
in German die Spülküche…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指大的老房子裡碗碟、蔬菜的)洗滌室…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指大的老房子里碗碟、蔬菜的)洗涤室…
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