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broilernoun [C]

uk   /ˈbrɔɪ.lər/ us   /ˈbrɔɪ.lɚ/
  • broiler noun [C] (CHICKEN)

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broilernoun [C]

us   /ˈbrɔɪ·lər/
a part of a stove in which food can be cooked directly under or over the heat
A broiler is also a young chicken.
(Definition of broiler from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “broiler”
in Arabic شَوايّة…
in Korean 보일러…
in Portuguese grelha…
in Catalan graella…
in Japanese グリル…
in Chinese (Simplified) (适于焙烤的)嫩鸡…
in Turkish ızgara…
in Russian жаровня…
in Chinese (Traditional) (適於焙烤的)嫩雞…
in Italian griglia…
in Polish opiekacz…
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