cooker

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Etymology[edit]

From cook +‎ -er.

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cooker (plural cookers)

  1. (chiefly Britain) A device for heating food, a stove.
    Synonym: stove
  2. (chiefly Britain, except in compounds) An appliance or utensil for cooking food.
  3. A cooking apple.
    • 2004, Laura Mason, Food Culture in Great Britain, page 94:
      For the British market, apples are classed as early, mid-season, or late, and subdivided into eaters or cookers.
  4. (slang, Australia) A person who makes or uses illicit drugs, especially methamphetamine or cannabis.
  5. (slang, derogatory, Australia) A person who is cooked; a crazy person.

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  • Welsh: cwcer

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