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La Cocina — Kitchen

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 alacenaNF  cupboard 
 batidoraNF  mixer 
 cocinaNF  kitchen, cuisine 
 estufaNF  stove 
 fregaderoNM  kitchen sink 
 hornoNM  oven 
 hornoNM de microondas  microwave oven 
 licuadoraNF  blender 
 procesadorNM de alimentos  food processor 
 refriNM  fridge 
 refrigeradorNM  refrigerator 
 escurridorNM  dish rack 
 gabineteNM  cabinet 
 tostadorNM  toaster 
 tostadoraNF  toaster 
 electrodomésticosNMP  kitchen appliances 
 antecomedorNM  kitchen table and chairs 
 despensaNF  pantry 
 encimeraNF (Spain)  counter 
 campanaNF extractora  oven hood, oven vent 
 parrillaNF  grill 
 planchaNF  griddle 
 gofreraNF  waffle iron 
 waffleraNF  waffle iron 
 lavaplatosNM  dishwasher 
 lavavajillasNM  dishwasher 
 hornoNM tostador  toaster oven 
 cafeteraNF  coffee maker 
 máquinaNF de café NM  coffee maker 

UtensiliosNMP - Utensils


 Spanish  English 
 abrelatasNM  can opener 
 azucareraNF  sugar bowl 
 bateríaNF de cocina  cooking set (pots and pans) 
 coladeraNF, coladorNM  strainer 
 cucharaNF  spoon 
 cuchilloNM  knife 
 ollaNF  cooking pot 
 olla expressNF, olla de presiónNF  pressure cooker 
 pimenteroNM  pepper grinder 
 platoNM  plate 
 saleroNM  salt shaker 
 sarténNMF  pan, saucepan, frying pan 
 taza medidoraNF  measuring cup 
 tazaNF  mug 
 tazaNF para caféNM  coffee cup 
 tazónNM  bowl 
 tenedorNM  fork 
 vajillaNF  the dishes, china set, set of dishes 
 exprimidorNM de limonesNMP  lemon juicer 
 ralladorNM  grater 
 cubiertosNMP  silverware, flatware, set of utensils 
 cascanuecesNM  nutcracker 
 llaveNF del aguaNFEL  faucet, water faucet, tap 

EspeciasNFP - Spices


 Spanish  English 
 ajoNM  garlic 
 apioNM  celery 
 azúcarNMF  sugar 
 azúcarNMF moreno/a  brown sugar 
 azúcarNMF glas  powdered sugar, confectioner's sugar 
 canelaNF  cinnamon 
 cebollaNF  onion 
 cilantroNM  coriander 
 clavoNM  clove 
 cominoNM  cumin 
 especiasNFP  spices 
 perejilNM  parsley 
 pimientaNF  pepper 
 salNF  salt 
 piloncilloNM  bar of raw sugar? 
 mascabadoNM  raw sugar? 


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David, I would say faucet is American and tap English. (More or less common depending on the continent only).And I would translate these words as grifo. If you say llave del agua I understand stopcock.
Another word for exprimidor: lemon squeezer
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what's chopsticks in Spanish? palillos chinos?
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Yes, or simply palillos.
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In Mexico it must be "palillos chinos"; "palillos" are toothpicks.
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Is plato hondo the same as tazón?
I have always used plato hondo or bol.
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@Poli: they are not the same. The "plato hondo" is less deep than a "tazón". A "tazón" looks more like a half-sphere.
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Thanks Angelica for the clarification.
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Wao, Thats great!
Hi Tomisimo..,
Great efforts.....I think you have both command on Spanish and English.If you have more vocabulary words please added here.
Thanks for sharing this information.
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Oven hood/oven vent

Exprimidor de limones needs a gender.

El refri, el refrigerador, la refrigeradora, el frigorífico, la nevera, el helador y la heladora - in which countries are these terms used, and which is most frequently used?

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grill - la parrilla
griddle - la plancha
waffle iron - la gofrera
dishwasher - el lavaplatos
toaster - la tostadora, el tostador
toaster oven - el horno tostador
coffee maker - la cafetera, la máquina de café
Nevera/frigorífico are the commom words we use to say frig in Spain
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Some people use la hielera for the fridge. I guess for icebox....

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