Recent Examples of cutlery from the Web
The kitchens are equipped with two-burner cooktops, full-sized or minirefrigerators, and plenty of cabinet space, as well as coffee makers, plates, cutlery, and drinking glasses.
The European Commission last week proposed a ban on single-use plastic items such as straws, plates and cutlery in an effort to clean up its beaches.
The ban would take in plastic straws, plates, cutlery, cotton buds, drink stirrers and sticks for balloons—as well as single-use drinks containers, unless their caps and lids remain attached.
There’s a cutting board, mini hot plate, a set of cutlery, a single pot and pan, as well as a dish rack.
At the beach, the less cutlery required, the better.
Plastic Code 6: Polystryene Brittle, hard plastics — including yogurt containers, egg boxes, fast food trays, video cases, disposable cutlery, vending cups and coat hangers.
Counties at the fringe of Boston’s gravity — like Worcester and Essex — lean toward manufacturing, some of it advanced (like computers and optics) and some is more conventional (like cutlery and shoes).
Four students in doctor-like white gowns, masks and caps serve lunch into reusable porcelain dishes and hand out stainless steel cutlery.
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First Known Use of cutlery
CUTLERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutlery for English Language Learners
: sharp tools made of metal (such as knives and scissors) that are used for cutting things
: forks, spoons, and knives used for serving and eating food
CUTLERY Defined for Kids
Definition of cutlery for Students
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