Definition of Cocinera

1. a cook [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cocinera

cochleariform
cochleariform process
cochlearly
cochleas
cochleate
cochleiform
cochleo-orbicular reflex
cochleopalpebral reflex
cochleopupillary reflex
cochleosacculotomy
cochleostapedial reflex
cochleovestibular
cochon de lait
cochromite
cocillana
cocinera (current term)
cocineras
cocirculating
cocitation
cocitations
cock's comb test
cock's eggs
cock-a-doodle-doo
cock-a-doodle-doos
cock-a-hoop
cock-a-leekie
cock-and-bull stories
cock-and-bull story
cock-cheese

Literary usage of Cocinera

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Face to Face with the Mexicans: The Domestic Life, Educational, Social and by Fanny Chambers Gooch Iglehart (1887)
"Having finished, I told Pancho to put it in the cocinera, meaning the kitchen. I heard a low chattering and smothered laughter between him and the cook. ..."

2. First Spanish Course by Elijah Clarence Hills, Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford (1917)
"5. Mi (tu, su, etc.) tfo me (te, ie, etc.) busca. 6. Yo no guiso in comida. B. 1. Nuestra cocinera guisa in comida en in cocina económica. 2. ..."

3. The Copper Handbook by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Harvey Weed (1907)
"The increase in capitalization was made for the purpose of developing the cocinera group of four mines, which are said to show nearly 2000000 long tons of ..."

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