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dinette

[ dahy-net ]
/ daɪˈnɛt /
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noun
a small space or alcove, often in or near the kitchen, serving as an informal dining area.
Also called dinette set . a small table and set of matching chairs for such a space or alcove.
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Origin of dinette

An Americanism dating back to 1925–30; dine + -ette
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British Dictionary definitions for dinette

dinette
/ (daɪˈnɛt) /

noun
an alcove or small area for use as a dining room
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