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stove

noun [C] uk   /stəʊv/  us   /stoʊv/
a piece of equipment that burns fuel or uses electricity in order to heat a placeA2 mainly US (UK usually cooker) a large box-shaped device that is used to cook and heat food, either by putting the food inside or by putting it on the top
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Translations of “stove”
in Arabic بوتاجاز…
in Korean 스토브, 난로…
in Malaysian dapur…
in French cuisinière, poêle…
in Turkish ocak, soba…
in Italian cucina, fornello…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於取暖的)爐,火爐, 爐灶…
in Russian кухонная плита, печь…
in Polish kuchenka, piec…
in Vietnamese bếp lò, lò sưởi…
in Spanish estufa, cocina, horno…
in Portuguese fogão…
in Thai เตาไฟ…
in German der Ofen…
in Catalan cuina…
in Japanese ガス(電気)クッカー…
in Indonesian kompor…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于取暖的)炉,火炉, 炉灶…
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