Definitions for stove
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stove, kitchen stove, range, kitchen range, cooking stovenoun
a kitchen appliance used for cooking food
"dinner was already on the stove"
any heating apparatus
Hence, in modern dwellings: An appliance having a top surface with fittings suitable for heating pots and pans for cooking, frying, or boiling food, most commonly heated by gas or electricity, and often combined with an oven in a single unit; a cooking stove. Such units commonly have two to six heating surfaces, called burners, even if they are heated by electricity rather than a gas flame.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: stoo, Islandick, a fire place; stofoa , Saxon; estuve, French; stove, Dutch.
Fishermen who make holes in the ice, to dip up such fish with their nets as resort thither for breathing, light on swallows congealed in clods, of a slimy substance, and carrying them home to their stoves, the warmth recovereth them to life and flight. Richard Carew, Survey of Cornwall.
The heat which arises out of the lesser spiracles brings forth nitre and sulphur; some of which it affixes to the tops and sides of the grotto’s, which are usually so hot as to serve for natural stoves or sweating vaults. John Woodward.
The most proper place for unction is a stove. Richard Wiseman.
If the season prove exceeding piercing, in your great house kindle some charcoals; and when they have done smoaking, put them into a hole sunk a little into the floor, about the middle of it. This is the safest stove. John Evelyn.
To keep warm in a house artificially heated.
Etymology: from the noun.
For December, January, and the latter part of November, take such things as are green all winter; orange trees, lemon trees, and myrtles, if they be stoved; and sweet marjoram warm set. Francis Bacon.
A stove or range is a device that burns fuel or uses electricity to generate heat inside or on top of the apparatus, to be used for general warming or cooking. It has evolved highly over time, with cast-iron and induction versions being developed. Stoves can be powered with many fuels, such as electricity, gasoline, wood, and coal. Due to concerns about air pollution, efforts have been made to improve stove design. Pellet stoves are a type of clean-burning stove. Air-tight stoves are another type that burn the wood more completely and therefore, reduce the amount of the combustion by-products. Another method of reducing air pollution is through the addition of a device to clean the exhaust gas, for example, a filter or afterburner.Research and development on safer and less emission releasing stoves is continuously evolving.
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a house or room artificially warmed or heated; a forcing house, or hothouse; a drying room; -- formerly, designating an artificially warmed dwelling or room, a parlor, or a bathroom, but now restricted, in this sense, to heated houses or rooms used for horticultural purposes or in the processes of the arts
an apparatus, consisting essentially of a receptacle for fuel, made of iron, brick, stone, or tiles, and variously constructed, in which fire is made or kept for warming a room or a house, or for culinary or other purposes
to keep warm, in a house or room, by artificial heat; as, to stove orange trees
to heat or dry, as in a stove; as, to stove feathers
Etymology: [D. stoof a foot stove, originally, a heated room, a room for a bath; akin to G. stube room, OHG. stuba a heated room, AS. stofe, Icel. stofa a room, bathing room, Sw. stufva, stuga, a room, Dan. stue; of unknown origin. Cf. Estufa, Stew, Stufa.]
A stove is an enclosed heated space. The term is commonly taken to mean an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated, or to heat the stove itself and items placed on it. This article is principally concerned with enclosed stoves burning solid fuels for room heating.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
stōv, n. an apparatus with a fire for warming a room, cooking, &c.: a pottery-kiln: an oven for heating the blast of a blast-furnace: a drying-room.—v.t. to heat or keep warm.—ns. Stove′-pipe, a metal pipe for carrying smoke from a stove to a chimney-flue; Stove′pipe-hat, a high silk hat; Stove′-plant, a plant cultivated in a stove; Stove′-plate, a lid or plate covering one of the holes in a cooking-stove. [A.S. stofa; Ger. stube.]
stōv, pa.t. and pa.p. of stave.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
Broken in; thus, when violent damage is done to the upper part of a ship's hull, she is said to be stove; when on any portion of her bottom, she is bilged.--A stove, is a kind of kiln for warping timber in.--Hanging stoves are also used on board ship for airing the 'tween decks.
The numerical value of stove in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of stove in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
I hate cooking. Bores the shit out of me to stand over a stove or wait for an oven. And having to pick up stuff at a grocery store sucks.
When PAM is used correctly, as instructed, it is a 100-percent safe and effective product. PAM Cooking Sprays is used safely and properly by millions of people several times a day, every single day. The product has been used for more than 50 years for the baking, grilling and cooking needs of consumers everywhere, all PAM Cooking Sprays include large, clear instructions, warnings and cautions on both the front and back of the packaging alerting consumers that the product should be used responsibly as it is flammable, and that it should not be left on a stove or near a heat source, should not be sprayed near an open flame, and should not be stored above 120 ° F.
I think there's an assumption that these are safer than soups coming out of a stove.
His customers see something new and that it is working well. The tea-seller markets it and gets a commission for each stove.
They say that a good cook can ignite sparks by the way he kisses. The way I see, just because a guy can turn on the stove doesn't necessarily make him a good cook.
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- verwarmer, stoofAfrikaans
- soba, peçAzerbaijani
- пе́чка, печBelarusian
- cuina, estufaCatalan, Valencian
- kamna, pecCzech
- Herd, Ofen, KochherdGerman
- θερμάστρα, σόμπα, κουζίναGreek
- hornillo, calentador, cocina, estufaSpanish
- estufa, estufarenBasque
- اجاق, بخاریPersian
- hella, liesi, uuniFinnish
- poêle, four, fourneauFrench
- stòbhScottish Gaelic
- tűzhely, kályhaHungarian
- kompor, tungkuIndonesian
- stufa, fornelloItalian
- ストーブ, 暖炉Japanese
- 스토브, 난로Korean
- plīts, krāsnsLatvian
- шпо́рет, пе́чкаMacedonian
- fornuis, oven, kachelDutch
- piecyk, kuchenkaPolish
- aquecedor, fogãoPortuguese
- sobă, reșou, aragazRomanian
- пли́тка, плита́, буржу́йка, плита, пе́чка, печьRussian
- peć, штедњак, štednjak, шпорет, šporet, пећSerbo-Croatian
- sporák, pecSlovak
- spis, kaminSwedish
- tuluan, katan, kalanTagalog
- soba, ocakTurkish
- пі́чка, піч, плита́, пли́ткаUkrainian
- pech, pechkaUzbek
- cái lò, bếp, bếp lòVietnamese
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