kitchener

[kich-uh-ner]
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noun

a person employed in, or in charge of, a kitchen.
an elaborate kitchen stove.

Origin of kitchener

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at kitchen, -er1

Kitchener

[kich-uh-ner]

noun

Horatio Herbert1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome, 1850–1916, English field marshal and statesman.
a city in S Ontario, in SE Canada.
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Kitchener

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noun

an industrial town in SE Canada, in S Ontario: founded in 1806 as Dutch Sand Hills, it was renamed Berlin in 1830 and Kitchener in 1916. Pop: 190 399 (2001)

Kitchener

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noun

Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum. 1850–1916, British field marshal. As head of the Egyptian army (1892–98), he expelled the Mahdi from the Sudan (1898), occupying Khartoum; he also commanded British forces (1900–02) in the Boer War and (1902–09) in India. He conducted the mobilization of the British army for World War I as war minister (1914–16); he was drowned on his way to Russia
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