One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An oven that uses microwaves to cook or heat food.
- ‘The next step was to try the microwave oven.’
- ‘Cooking in a microwave oven produces very few dishes.’
- ‘Food cooked in a microwave oven does not present a radiation risk.’
- ‘There previously was concern that electromagnetic emissions from microwave ovens could interfere with heart pacemakers.’
- ‘The choices were car, cell phone, computer, microwave oven or toothbrush.’
- ‘The salesman threw in a module to control my microwave oven.’
- ‘This man shouldn't be allowed to operate a microwave oven, let alone a gun.’
- ‘Such a temperature is closer to radiation treatment than the output of a kitchen microwave oven.’
- ‘A microwave oven would heat up that meal nicely.’
- ‘He later realized she had been researching the use of the microwave oven.’
- ‘I'm also beginning to think that my microwave oven needs replacing.’
- ‘My heart sank when I glanced through the kitchen door and saw a whole bank of microwave ovens.’
- ‘Properly used, a microwave oven is extremely safe.’
- ‘Of course, their campus is ideally suited for such a setup, the only interference being a microwave oven in a faculty lounge.’
- ‘I don't cook without a microwave oven, not these days I don't.’
- ‘The microwave oven disintegrated with an almighty bang.’
- ‘The winner of the final draw will take home a microwave oven worth about Rs.6,000.’
- ‘I've repaired countless vacuum cleaners and microwave ovens.’
- ‘Some people like to cook food partially in the microwave oven or on the stove to reduce smoking time.’
- ‘Your recommendation to heat it up would require us to install microwave ovens at all locations.’
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