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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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broilerbroil‧er /ˈbrɔɪlə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 American EnglishDFC a special area of a stove, used for cooking food under direct heat syn grill British English2 TADFa broiler chicken
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broilerThe Fibropower plant produces about 14 megawatts by burning the discarded litter from broiler chicken farms all over East Anglia.Place meat in broiler pan and spoon some marinade over it.Eighty per cent of broiler chickens now suffer leg deformities.Another reason is the restaurant's hi-tech broiler that reaches a scorching 900 degrees.Salmonella is endemic in chickens and their eggs because the broiler system delivers cheaper poultry products.Infectious anaemia in salmon is caused by the broiler system being applied to fish.This will take 10 to 15 minutes in the broiler.Place a cube of Gorgonzola atop each serving of polenta and mushrooms and warm under broiler.
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