So do some of the customers, many of whom walk to the food pantry or arrive on public transit.
—New York Times
The teens have been stocking the pantry with donations, and others seem to be adding products themselves, too.
In September, they launched their free period pantry outside a church in Vienna, filling the two-foot wide, one-foot deep and 2.5-foot tall wooden container they constructed with donated pads and tampons.
9 月，他们在维也纳的一座教堂外推出了他们的免费食品储藏室，用捐赠的卫生巾和卫生棉条填充了他们建造的两英尺宽、一英尺深和 2.5 英尺高的木制容器。
a small storeroom for storing foods or beverages
A pantry is an area in or near a kitchen where food is stored. When you buy a hundred boxes of macaroni and cheese that are on sale, you’ll need to make room in the pantry for them.
Not every kitchen has a pantry, a dedicated space for storing food and other supplies. In some cases a pantry is a closet or cupboard with shelves, and sometimes a pantry is an entirely separate room adjacent to the kitchen. The Anglo-French source of pantry, panetrie, means “bread room,” from the Medieval Latin panataria, “room of a servant in charge of food or bread.” The Latin root, panis, means “bread.”
并非每个厨房都有储藏室，即专门用于存放食物和其他用品的空间。在某些情况下，储藏室是带架子的壁橱或橱柜，有时储藏室是与厨房相邻的完全独立的房间。 pantry 的英法来源是 panetrie，意思是“面包室”，来自中世纪拉丁语 panataria，“负责食物或面包的仆人的房间”。拉丁词根 panis 的意思是“面包”。
There was a leak in the shed roof over the pantry, and she got up to empty the pan she’d placed under it.
—Snow Falling on Cedars: A Novel by David Guterson
He once told me that his coworkers would eat any treats that he put in the office pantry.
—From the Desk of Zoe Washington by Janae Marks
After finishing his milk, Seth peeked into the pantry.
—Fablehaven by Brandon Mull
pantry (n.)early 14c., panterie, pantre, “a storeroom or closet, especially for bread,” from Anglo-French panetrie (late 13c. in surnames; Old French paneterie) “bread room” and directly from Medieval Latin panataria “office or room of a servant who has charge of food” (“bread”), from Latin panis “bread,” from PIE root *pa- “to feed.” The sense in English soon evolved so that the word’s roots in “bread” were no longer felt and it came to be used of any closet for provisions generally or where plates and knives are cleaned.Related entries & more
pantry (n.)early 14c., panterie, pantre，“储藏室或壁橱，尤其是面包”，来自英法 panetrie（13 世纪晚期，姓氏；古法语 paneterie）“面包室”，直接来自中世纪拉丁语 panataria “负责食物的仆人的办公室或房间”（“面包”），来自拉丁语 panis“面包”，来自 PIE 词根 *pa-“喂食”。英语中的含义很快发生了变化，以至于不再感觉到“面包”这个词的词根，它开始被用于任何通常用于提供食物的壁橱或清洁盘子和刀具的地方。相关条目及更多
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