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cook·stove

 (ko͝ok′stōv′)
n.
A stove for cooking.

cookstove

(ˈkʊkˌstəʊv)
n
(Cookery) US a stove for cooking

cook•stove

(ˈkʊkˌstoʊv)

n.
a stove for use in cooking.
[1805–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cookstove - a stove for cooking (especially a wood- or coal-burning kitchen stove)
cooking stove, kitchen range, kitchen stove, stove, range - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
water back - water heater consisting of a tank or pipes set at the back of a fireplace or in the firebox of a stove
References in classic literature ?
There were four walls, a floor and a roof, which made one room; and this room contained a rusty looking cookstove, a cupboard for the dishes, a table, three or four chairs, and the beds.
And I hear he's made them pay twenty dollars for his old cookstove that ain't worth ten.
Standing all around the clearing were a good many cookstoves, ranges and grills, of all sizes and shapes, and besides these there were several kitchen cabinets and cupboards and a few kitchen tables.
Up to now, most interventions have focused on improving the cookstove to lower emissions.
Both have already run successful clean cookstove programs, and can bring their experience to bear as well as working toward upgrading existing stoves.
Mission Malawi's cookstove entrepreneurship project has made improved cookstoves available in rural areas and boosted economic development.
Efficient cookstove technology is being supported by the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves with funding from the US Department of Energy In the US, new engine standards, particulate filters, "ultra-low" sulfur diesel fuel, and engine retrofit programs are expected to reduce diesel black carbon emissions by 86 percent by 2030.
By financing ground-breaking projects spanning renewable energy, water purification and clean cookstove technology, ClimateCare's climate and development model paves the way for substantial emissions reductions while delivering significant health, economic and social benefits in the world's least developed countries.
Cookstove smoke is the fifth leading cause of death in developing countries, according to the World Health Organization, with annual global deaths outpacing malaria and tuberculosis.
We are not attempting to parachute in stoves and leave but rather fostering a means for bringing jobs, better health outcomes, and an increased standard of living through the creation of new clean cookstove companies, projects and opportunities," says Executive Director Radha Muthiah.
During the cooler months, our wood cookstove is always nicely preheated and ready for whatever we are preparing.
Cookstove smoke contributes to a range of chronic illnesses and acute health impacts such as early childhood pneumonia, emphysema, lung cancer, bronchitis, cardiovascular disease and low birth weight.