Translation for 'kitchen garden' from English to Russian
NOUN   a kitchen garden | kitchen gardens
SYNO kitchen garden | vegetable garden | vegetable patch
огород {м}kitchen garden
Partial Matches
кухня {ж} [помещение]kitchen
кухонный шкаф {м}
kitchen cupboard
кухонный шкаф {м}
kitchen cabinet
кухонный стол {м}
kitchen table
кухонный остров {м}
kitchen island
кухонные ножницы {мн}
kitchen scissors
кухонный нож {м}kitchen knife
кухонная дверь {ж}kitchen door
кухонные весы {мн}kitchen scales
кухонный буфет {м}kitchen cabinet
мойка {ж} [раковина для мытья посуды](kitchen) sink
алюминиевая фольга {ж}kitchen foil
кухонное полотенце {с}kitchen towel [Am.]
сад {м}
заниматься садоводством / огородничеством [в качестве хобби]
to garden
садовая мебель {ж}
garden furniture
шланг {м} для поливаgarden hose
цветник {м} [сад]
flower garden
палисадник {м}
front garden
садовая славка {ж} [Sylvia borin]
garden warbler
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Usage Examples English
  • ... "Kitchen Garden of St. Michael", from the Tuscan contraction of the Italian word "orto") is a church in the Italian city of Florence.
  • The President's Kitchen Garden is located across the street from San Anton Palace, close to Villa Bologna.
  • They may learn animal husbandry keeping dairy goats or meat rabbits, botany tending a kitchen garden, chemistry to understand the operation of firearms or the internal combustion engine, or politics and local history by following a zoning or historical-status dispute.
  • Kitchen Garden Gate, hidden behind Teck Plantation, is probably a nineteenth-century gate. It has never been open to the public.
  • The West front, the "garden front" that Sir Thomas Robinson found to be finished in 1734, is the private front that looked onto a "giardino segreto" between the house front and the walled kitchen garden, intended for family enjoyment rather than social and political ambitions expressed in the East Front.

  • Close behind it are the walls of the old kitchen garden and greenhouses which used to serve the estate.
  • The Potager du roi is a kitchen garden created under Louis XIV to supply fruits and vegetables to the Court.
  • The grounds are noted for their cottage and kitchen garden, as well as their herbaceous borders and rose displays.
  • of landscaped grounds, woodland and farmland which includes a walled kitchen garden of the 19th century.
  • The school has a current enrolment of around 100 and is a participant in the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program.

  • A formal walled garden, used in the past as a kitchen garden.
  • However, the main developer died, and the project was abandoned, with the area used instead as a walled kitchen garden until the gasworks was built.
  • Sometimes a box is placed inside a kitchen window in order to grow herbs or other supplies for a chef as an easily accessed miniature kitchen garden.
  • She also created a four-acre walled kitchen garden and had built an Old English Tea House (now lost) to the historic parkland.
  • Smaller gardens generally had being a kitchen garden as their first priority, as is still often the case.

  • The old kitchen garden at Barbrook on the edge of the park is let to the Caravan Club; a paddock at the south end of the park where bucks were fattened for Chatsworth's table is a tenanted garden centre.
  • Sandwell Park Farm is a restored Victorian farm with a walled kitchen garden; it has rare breeds including Hereford cattle and Berkshire pigs.
  • Before the 1870s, these estates often encompassed several thousand acres, generally consisting of several farms let to tenants; the great house was supplied with food from its own home farm (for meat and dairy) and a kitchen garden (for fruit and vegetables).
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