Definition of larder noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



BrE BrE//ˈlɑːdə(r)//
; NAmE NAmE//ˈlɑːrdər//
(especially British English) Rooms in a house
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a cupboard/closet or small room in a house, used for storing food, especially in the past synonym pantry See related entries: Rooms in a house Word OriginMiddle English (denoting a store of meat): from Old French lardier, from medieval Latin lardarium, from laridum, related to Greek larinos ‘fat’.Extra examples He comes home from school and raids the larder. There wasn’t much food left in the larder. There’s some ham in the larder—help yourself.
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