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wood-burning stovenoun [C]

uk   /ˌwʊd.bɜː.nɪŋ ˈstəʊv/ us   /ˌwʊd.bɝːnɪŋ ˈstoʊv/ UK US wood stove
a metal container with a chimney (= pipe for smoke to escape) and usually a glass door, in which you can burn wood to provide heat
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