Dutch English Dictionary

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fornuis in English:

1. stove stove

We need a new stove. The old one has broken down for good.
Anticipating a cold winter, we bought a bigger stove.
This stove burns oil.
We have a big stove which keeps us very toasty.
A gas stove provides the most even heat for cooking.
I hired a professional to repair the stove.
Tom boiled some eggs on the rocket stove that he had just built.
I bid ten dollars for the old stove.
When the boy came in contact with the hot stove, he burned his hand.
You shouldn't sleep with a coal stove on because it releases a very toxic gas called carbon monoxide. Sleeping with a coal stove running may result in death.
Heat was spread throughout the room by the electric stove.
a gas/wood-burning stove
There was not much furniture in the room - just an old bed, a mattress on the floor, a table, some chairs and a lighted stove.
In the past, people used stoves instead of radiators.
We took two tents, sleeping bags, a folding table and some chairs, air-mattresses, some fishing tackle, stove, pots and pans and many other useful things.

English word "fornuis"(stove) occurs in sets:

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