Translation for 'kitchen sink' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a kitchen sink | kitchen sinks
(kitchen) sink {noun}кухненска мивка {ж}
kitchen {noun}кухня {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Similar concerns were addressed in 20th-century Britain by the Artists' International Association, Mass Observation and the Kitchen sink school.
  • Robert Christgau, the poll's supervisor, remained unimpressed by the album, dismissing it as "junk syncretism (kitchen-sink eclecticism? ...
  • No comprehensive reprint of the series had been attempted until Kitchen Sink Press began publishing the "Li'l Abner Dailies" in hardcover and paperback, one year per volume, in 1988.
  • Two of the best-known films he directed are "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" (1960), a classic of kitchen sink realism, and the romantic period drama "The French Lieutenant's Woman" (1981).
  • Kitchen Sink Press began a new hardcover reprint series with dailies and Sundays (in color and presented complete on one page, including title bars in the strips from the first year that were omitted from the NBM series), but discontinued it after only two volumes.

  • Kitchen Sink Press was a publisher of underground comics, explaining the "French Ticklers" series, and had connotations with HM Communications, adopting some of its artist after the latter had become defunct.
  • Jackson made her film debut in a bit part in the kitchen sink drama "This Sporting Life" (1963).
  • (17 February 1934 – 27 December 2003) was an English actor who came to prominence in the 1960s, when he appeared in films ranging from the popular children's story "Whistle Down the Wind" to the "kitchen sink" drama "A Kind of Loving".
  • The Chairman of the Rank Organisation, John Davis, announced that the company would not venture further with "kitchen sink" film projects.
  • Director Ken Loach's first feature film "Poor Cow" (1967) – a noted example of kitchen sink drama starring Carol White and Terence Stamp – was filmed partly in Hayes.

  • "Room at the Top" is seen as the first of the British New Wave of kitchen-sink-realism film dramas. It was followed by a sequel in 1965 titled "Life at the Top".
  • Alan Bezozi and John Flansburgh worked together to create atypical drum tracks, including one that samples the sound of Flansburgh's kitchen sink and refrigerator being struck with a drum stick.
  • Raymond's work, particularly his Sunday strips, has been reprinted many times over the years by many publishers, most notably Nostalgia Press, Kitchen Sink Press and Checker Book Publishing Group.
  • He was re-elected in the February 1974 general election, and continued to serve until the October 1974 general election when he was defeated, Harold Wilson having demanded the Labour Party "throw the kitchen sink" at Lincoln in its efforts to displace him.
  • Originally published by Kitchen Sink Press, the series began in 1986 with the story "Xenozoic!

  • Cho wrote and drew a cartoon strip called "Everything but the Kitchen Sink" in the weekly Prince George's Community College newspaper "The Owl", where he was also comics editor.
  • Figure 2 above illustrates an example of a hydraulic jump, often seen in a kitchen sink.
  • "Understanding Comics" was first published by Tundra Publishing; reprintings have been released by Kitchen Sink Press, DC Comics' Paradox Press, DC's Vertigo line, and HarperPerennial.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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