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cook

verb [I or T] (HEAT) 加热     /kʊk/
When you cook food, you prepare it to be eaten by heating it in a particular way, such as baking or boiling, and when food cooks, it is heated until it is ready to eat 做饭,烹调;烧,煮 I don't cook meat very often. 我不常做肉吃。 [+ two objects] He cooked us an enormous meal./He cooked an enormous meal for us. 他给我们准备了一顿丰盛的饭菜。 Let the fish cook for half an hour before you add the wine. 先把鱼煮半个小时再加入酒。 Preparing food using heatPreparing food
(Definition of cook verb (HEAT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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