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A metal urn with a spigot, used to boil water for tea and traditionally having a chimney and heated by coals.
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(Cookery) (esp in Russia) a metal urn for making tea, in which the water is heated esp formerly by charcoal held in an inner container or nowadays more usually by electricity
[C19: from Russian, from samo- self (related to same) + varit' to boil]
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sam•o•var(ˈsæm əˌvɑr, ˌsæm əˈvɑr)
a metal urn, used esp. by Russians for heating water to make tea.
[1820–30; < Russian samovár=samo- self (see same) + -var, n. derivative of varít' to cook, boil]
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samovar[ˌsæməʊˈvɑːʳ] N → samovar m
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n → Samowar m
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