credenza credenza  /krə ˈdɛn zə/


  • (n) a kind of sideboard or buffet


  1. His desk is completely covered by scattered piles of documents; next to it the matching beige credenza is buried under small mountains of loose letters, memos and newspaper clips.
  2. Behind a credenza is an electric breast-milk expresser, a machine necessary for a nursing mother who spends long hours away from home.
  3. To see Jackie, at 31, take command of the White House was like watching an X-15 blow a sonic boom through your grandmother's credenza.


  • Do it again? Redskins can't wait to try

    ASHBURN, Va. -- Mike Shanahan is so excited he literally cannot sit still. He is up now, out from behind his desk, riffling through binders on a credenza on the other side of his office at the Washington Redskins' team headquarters. "Here," he's saying. "These are the numbers I show them. This is what I tell them, the players, so they know what they did wasn't a fluke." The pages of Shanahan's ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs

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