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ov·en

 (ŭv′ən)
n.
A chamber or enclosed compartment for heating, baking, or roasting food, as in a stove, or for firing, baking, hardening, or drying objects, as in a kiln.

[Middle English, from Old English ofen.]
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oven

(ˈʌvən)
n
1. (Cookery) an enclosed heated compartment or receptacle for baking or roasting food
2. a similar device, usually lined with a refractory material, used for drying substances, firing ceramics, heat-treating, etc
vb
(tr) to cook in an oven
[Old English ofen; related to Old High German ofan, Old Norse ofn]
ˈoven-ˌlike adj
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ov•en

(ˈʌv ən)

n.
a chamber, as in a stove, for baking, roasting, heating, or drying.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English ofen, c. Old Frisian, Middle Dutch oven, Old High German ovan, Old Norse ofn, ogn, Gothic auhn]
ov′en•like`, adj.
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oven


Past participle: ovened
Gerund: ovening

Imperative
oven
oven
Present
I oven
you oven
he/she/it ovens
we oven
you oven
they oven
Preterite
I ovened
you ovened
he/she/it ovened
we ovened
you ovened
they ovened
Present Continuous
I am ovening
you are ovening
he/she/it is ovening
we are ovening
you are ovening
they are ovening
Present Perfect
I have ovened
you have ovened
he/she/it has ovened
we have ovened
you have ovened
they have ovened
Past Continuous
I was ovening
you were ovening
he/she/it was ovening
we were ovening
you were ovening
they were ovening
Past Perfect
I had ovened
you had ovened
he/she/it had ovened
we had ovened
you had ovened
they had ovened
Future
I will oven
you will oven
he/she/it will oven
we will oven
you will oven
they will oven
Future Perfect
I will have ovened
you will have ovened
he/she/it will have ovened
we will have ovened
you will have ovened
they will have ovened
Future Continuous
I will be ovening
you will be ovening
he/she/it will be ovening
we will be ovening
you will be ovening
they will be ovening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ovening
you have been ovening
he/she/it has been ovening
we have been ovening
you have been ovening
they have been ovening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ovening
you will have been ovening
he/she/it will have been ovening
we will have been ovening
you will have been ovening
they will have been ovening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ovening
you had been ovening
he/she/it had been ovening
we had been ovening
you had been ovening
they had been ovening
Conditional
I would oven
you would oven
he/she/it would oven
we would oven
you would oven
they would oven
Past Conditional
I would have ovened
you would have ovened
he/she/it would have ovened
we would have ovened
you would have ovened
they would have ovened
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oven - kitchen appliance used for baking or roastingoven - kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting
broiler - an oven or part of a stove used for broiling
Dutch oven - an oven consisting of a metal box for cooking in front of a fire
gas oven - a domestic oven fueled by gas
kitchen appliance - a home appliance used in preparing food
rotisserie - an oven or broiler equipped with a rotating spit on which meat cooks as it turns
tandoor - a clay oven used in northern India and Pakistan
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oven

noun stove, range, kiln, kitchen stove Put the loaf in the oven and bake for thirty minutes.
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Translations
فرنفُرْنفُرْنٌ
troubapec
ovn
ahi
uuni
pećnica
kemencesütõ
ofn
オーブン
오븐
orkaitė
cepeškrāsnskrāsns
pečica
ugn
เตาอบ

oven

[ˈʌvn]
A. Nhorno m
it's like an oven in thereaquello es un horno
B. CPD oven glove Nguante m para el horno, manopla f para el horno
oven tray Nbandeja f para horno
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oven

[ˈʌvən] nfour moven glove n (British)gant m de cuisine
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oven

n (Cook) → (Back)ofen m; (Tech) (for drying) → (Trocken)ofen m; (for baking pottery etc) → (Brenn)ofen m; to put something in the ovenetw in den Ofen tun or stecken; put it in the oven for two hoursbacken Sie es zwei Stunden; potterybrennen Sie es zwei Stunden; to cook in a hot or quick/moderate/slow ovenbei starker/mittlerer/schwacher Hitze backen; it’s like an oven in herehier ist ja der reinste Backofen

oven

:
ovenable
adj dishofenfertig
oven cleaner
nOfenreiniger m
oven cloth
nTopflappen m
oven door
nOfentür f, → Ofenklappe f
oven glove
n (Brit) → Topfhandschuh m
ovenproof
oven-ready
adjbratfertig
oven-to-table-ware
ovenware
nfeuerfeste Formen pl
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oven

[ˈʌvn] nforno
in the oven → al forno
it's like an oven in there → è un forno lì dentro
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oven

(ˈavn) noun
a closed box-like space, usually part of a cooker, which is heated for cooking food. She put the cake into the oven.
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oven

فُرْنٌ trouba ovn Backofen φούρνος horno uuni four pećnica forno オーブン 오븐 oven stekeovn piekarnik forno печь ugn เตาอบ fırın 烤箱
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