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stove in Utensils topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstovestove1 /stəʊv $ stoʊv/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DFUa piece of kitchen equipment on which you cook food in pots and pans, and that contains an oven syn cooker British Englishon the stove 🔊 a pot of soup simmering on the stove2 DHDFUa thing used for heating a room or for cooking, which works by burning wood, coal, oil, or gas 🔊 a wood-burning stove
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stoveIngeniously designed, the main cabin contained a stove, a curtained bed and cupboards whose painted doors let down into tables.a camp stoveThis is clearly illustrated by the example of a person touching a hot stove.One old petrol stove clogged up and failed to work at all.Some stoves are now designed to run on unleaded petrol.Then I put in a little water on the bottom, and put it back on the stove to soften.Put a small skillet on the stove.Several kettles were on the stove, simmering.on the stoveThen I put in a little water on the bottom, and put it back on the stove to soften.The glue-pot was cold on the stove.Heats the iron on the stove.Place the cooking liquid from the mushrooms on the stove, add the white wine and bring to the boil.There was a pot on the stove, a casserole in the oven, and a note on the counter.Mostly it was hot chocolate she made, warming the milk in a saucepan on the stove before mixing it.She smiles, pours herself another coffee from the jug simmering on the stove.Several kettles were on the stove, simmering.