pantry

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From Middle English panetrie, from Old French paneterie, related to Latin panis (bread).

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pantry (plural pantries)

  1. A small room, closet, or cabinet usually located in or near the kitchen, dedicated to shelf-stable food storage and/or storing kitchenware, like a larder, but smaller.
    • 1960 April, “Restaurant cars and multiple-units”, in Trains Illustrated, page 222:
      Next to the saloon is the pantry, which includes a wine cabinet, J. E. Hall bottle-cooling unit, a Stills Café set and ample cupboard space.
    Coordinate terms: larder, root cellar

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