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stove 1

 (stōv)
n.
1. An apparatus in which electricity or a fuel is used to furnish heat, as for cooking or warmth.
2. A device that produces heat for specialized, especially industrial, purposes.
3. A kiln.
4. Chiefly British A hothouse.

[Middle English, heated room, probably from Middle Low German or Middle Dutch, both probably from Vulgar Latin *extūfa, from *extūfāre, to heat with steam; see stew.]

stove 2

 (stōv)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of stave.

stove

(stəʊv)
n
1. (Cookery) another word for cooker1
2. (General Engineering) any heating apparatus, such as a kiln
vb (tr)
3. (General Engineering) to process (ceramics, metalwork, etc) by heating in a stove
4. (Cookery) Scot to stew (meat, vegetables, etc)
[Old English stofa bathroom; related to Old High German stuba steam room, Greek tuphos smoke]

stove

(stəʊv)
vb
a past tense and past participle of stave

stove1

(stoʊv)

n.
1. a portable or fixed apparatus that furnishes heat for warmth or cooking and uses coal, oil, gas, wood, or electricity for fuel or power.
2. a heated chamber or box for some special purpose, as firing pottery.
[1425–75; (n.) late Middle English: sweat bath, heated room, probably < Middle Dutch, Middle Low German, c. Old English stofa, stofu heated room for bathing, Old High German stuba, Old Norse stofa; probably Germanic borrowing < Vulgar Latin *extupa,*extūpa, n. derivative of *extūpāre,*extūfāre to fill with vapor = Latin ex- ex-1 + Vulgar Latin *-tūfāre < Greek typhein to raise smoke, smoke]

stove2

(stoʊv)

v.
a pt. and pp. of stave.

stove


Past participle: stoved
Gerund: stoving

Imperative
stove
stove
Present
I stove
you stove
he/she/it stoves
we stove
you stove
they stove
Preterite
I stoved
you stoved
he/she/it stoved
we stoved
you stoved
they stoved
Present Continuous
I am stoving
you are stoving
he/she/it is stoving
we are stoving
you are stoving
they are stoving
Present Perfect
I have stoved
you have stoved
he/she/it has stoved
we have stoved
you have stoved
they have stoved
Past Continuous
I was stoving
you were stoving
he/she/it was stoving
we were stoving
you were stoving
they were stoving
Past Perfect
I had stoved
you had stoved
he/she/it had stoved
we had stoved
you had stoved
they had stoved
Future
I will stove
you will stove
he/she/it will stove
we will stove
you will stove
they will stove
Future Perfect
I will have stoved
you will have stoved
he/she/it will have stoved
we will have stoved
you will have stoved
they will have stoved
Future Continuous
I will be stoving
you will be stoving
he/she/it will be stoving
we will be stoving
you will be stoving
they will be stoving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stoving
you have been stoving
he/she/it has been stoving
we have been stoving
you have been stoving
they have been stoving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stoving
you will have been stoving
he/she/it will have been stoving
we will have been stoving
you will have been stoving
they will have been stoving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stoving
you had been stoving
he/she/it had been stoving
we had been stoving
you had been stoving
they had been stoving
Conditional
I would stove
you would stove
he/she/it would stove
we would stove
you would stove
they would stove
Past Conditional
I would have stoved
you would have stoved
he/she/it would have stoved
we would have stoved
you would have stoved
they would have stoved
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stove - a kitchen appliance used for cooking foodstove - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
charcoal burner - a stove that burns charcoal as fuel
cookstove - a stove for cooking (especially a wood- or coal-burning kitchen stove)
electric range - a kitchen range in which the heat for cooking is provided by electric power
gas cooker, gas range, gas stove - a range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas
grate, grating - a frame of iron bars to hold a fire
kitchen appliance - a home appliance used in preparing food
potbelly stove, potbelly - a bulbous stove in which wood or coal is burned
Primus stove, Primus - a portable paraffin cooking stove; used by campers
spirit stove - a stove that burns a volatile liquid fuel such as alcohol
2.stove - any heating apparatus
heater, warmer - device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room

stove

noun hob, range, cooker, burner, oven She put the kettle on the gas stove.
Translations
مَوْقِدمَوْقِد، مِدْفأَه، وِجاق
kamnasporákpec
komfurovnkakkelovn
hellaliesiuuni
štednjakpeć
kályhatűzhely
eldavél
ストーブ料理用レンジ
스토브요리 기구
krāsnsplīts
sobă
kuhalnikpečštedilnik
пећ
spisugneldstadhärd
เตาทำอาหารเตาหุงอาหาร
bếp

stove

1 [stəʊv] N (for heating) → estufa f; (for cooking) → cocina f, horno m (LAm)

stove

[ˈstəʊv] n
(= cooker) → cuisinière f
gas stove → cuisinière f à gaz
electric stove → cuisinière f électrique camping stove
(for heating)poêle m

stove

nOfen m; (for cooking) → Herd m; electric/gas stoveElektro-/Gasherd m

stove

:
stove enamel
nEinbrennlack m
stovepipe
nOfenrohr nt
stovepipe hat
n (inf)Angströhre f (inf), → Zylinder m

stove

1 [stəʊv] n
a. (for heating) → stufa
b. (for cooking) → cucina; (000, small) → fornelletto
gas/electric stove → cucina a gas/elettrica

stove

(stəuv) noun
an apparatus using coal, gas, electricity or other fuel, used for cooking, or for heating a room. a gas/electric (cooking) stove; Put the saucepan on the stove.

stove

مَوْقِد sporák komfur, ovn Herd, Ofen κουζίνα, σόμπα cocina, estufa, hornilla liesi cuisinière, poêle štednjak fornello, stufa 料理用レンジ 스토브, 요리 기구 fornuis, kachel komfyr kuchenka, piecyk fogão кухонная плита spis เตาทำอาหาร, เตาหุงอาหาร ocak, soba bếp 炉子, 炊具
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A bitter sense of wrong and the thought of Jenny Snow helped her to bear it, and, taking the ignominious place, she fixed her eyes on the stove funnel above what now seemed a sea of faces, and stood there, so motionless and white that the girls found it hard to study with that pathetic figure before them.
There was a stove in the room and every evening young John Hardy carried up an armful of wood and put it in a box that stood by the wall.
But first you come down to the kitchen with me, and have a nice warm bath behind the stove.
In the next room she slept, and in the third and last she harbored a gasoline stove on which she cooked her meals when disinclined to descend to the neighboring restaurant.
It was a low-studded room, with a beam across the ceiling, panelled with dark wood, and having a large chimney-piece, set round with pictured tiles, but now closed by an iron fire-board, through which ran the funnel of a modern stove.
In the way of furniture, there is a stove with a voluminous funnel; an old pine desk with a three-legged stool beside it; two or three wooden-bottom chairs, exceedingly decrepit and infirm; and -- not to forget the library -- on some shelves, a score or two of volumes of the Acts of Congress, and a bulky Digest of the Revenue laws.
So gathering up the shavings with another grin, and throwing them into the great stove in the middle of the room, he went about his business, and left me in a brown study.
So that when I shall hereafter detail to you all the specialities and concentrations of potency everywhere lurking in this expansive monster; when I shall show you some of his more inconsiderable braining feats; I trust you will have renounced all ignorant incredulity, and be ready to abide by this; that though the Sperm Whale stove a passage through the Isthmus of Darien, and mixed the Atlantic with the Pacific, you would not elevate one hair of your eye-brow.
screams Marija Berczynskas, and falls to work herself-- for there is more upon the stove inside that will be spoiled if it be not eaten.
Mary took the kettle to the well, and soon reappearing, placed it over the stove, where it was soon purring and steaming, a sort of censer of hospitality and good cheer.
All that the agent needed to do was to deftly and by degrees prepare the public for the great change, and have them established in predilections toward neatness against the time when the stove should appear upon the stage.
She lived through the exercises again in memory, especially her dialogue with Emma Jane and her inspiration of using the bough-covered stove as a mossy bank where the country girl could sit and watch her flocks.