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how would you say like an island like one in a kitchen?

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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it is called an Island in a kitchen.
I have one at my home. They are called islands.

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is that your question?
so it would be what in spanish?
cocina isla?
Una isla en la cocina.
*facepalm im pretty sure it would be soemthing different lol
cocina isla = kitchen island
cocina isla or isla de cocina would work i think
show me a photo of what it is, and i can tell you what's on spanish (it's not the dictionary translation i guess)
haha i would have thoight, i live in a spanish speaking country i was just wondering of there is a special word for it guess not thanks guys=)
a kitchen island
oh you already posted one lol
At least here it's called "comedor de diario"
so...what do you think?
"la isla de cocina" translates to kitchen island
it's not a direct translation. There's not such thing as "la isla de cocina"

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