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ovens, plural;
  1. An enclosed compartment, as in a kitchen range, for cooking and heating food

  2. A small furnace or kiln

  3. A cremation chamber in a Nazi concentration camp

  1. kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting
  2. An oven is an enclosed compartment for heating, baking or drying. It is most commonly used in cooking and pottery. Ovens used in pottery are also known as kilns. An oven used for heating or for industrial processes is called a furnace or industrial oven. ...
  3. (Ovens) The small dome-shaped adobe ovens are used just as the old Dutch ovens of Pennsylvania were used. A fire is built in the oven and when it becomes sufficiently hot the coals are all raked out and the bread put in to bake in the heat. ...
  4. (Ovens) Never leave an oven or stove empty; if you have nothing to cook or bake in it put a piece of wood in it; if you leave it empty you may not have anything to bake or cook when you want it (Minsk).
  5. For a woman to dream that her baking oven is red hot, denotes that she will be loved by her own family and friends, for her sweet and unselfish nature. If she is baking, temporary disappointments await her. If the oven is broken, she will undergo many vexations from children and servants.
  6. An appliance that is an enclosed compartment supplied with heat and used for cooking food. Toaster ovens are not considered ovens. The range stove top or burners and the oven are considered two separate appliances, although they are often purchased as one appliance. (See Appliances.)
  7. Heb. tannur , (Hos 7:4). In towns there appear to have been public ovens. There was a street in Jerusalem (Jer 37:21) called "bakers' street" (the only case in which the name of a street in Jerusalem is preserved). ...
  8. A small, highly insulated portion of a warehouse, often in the hot room, where temperatures can be elevated to 150oF to melt beeswax.
  9. A fire-resistant brick-lined chamber in which the air was pre-heated for a hot blast.
  10. An oven is generally meant to be any heating apparatus unable to heat an object to such a high temperature that it will glow, or about 1200 F / 650 C.   However, the terms “oven” and “furnace” are often used interchangeably.
  11. While wax paper is flammable, it can be and is used safely in numerous baking applications. In baking quick breads or cakes, a pan can be lined with wax paper in such a way that the batter completely covers the surface of the wax paper lining. ...
  12. A low pressure hot air chamber used for the purpose of heating, drying, baking or vulcanizing rubber products. See Aging.
  13. Compact home incinerator used for disposing of bulky pieces of meat and poultry.
  14. The typical pottery factory oven was a bee-hive shaped structure. Pottery was placed into saggars (protective ceramic containers) which were stacked inside the oven in tall columns. Flames and smoke were directed from fire mouths or hearths through the oven and out the top through a chimney. ...
  15. Gestation of a concept; pregnancy; trying to rise to the occasion / Transforming unpalatable situations or feelings into ones that are easier to 'digest'; rising feelings that need to be assimilated; heated situations or emotions; feeling 'burned' by someone
  16. If turned on and hot it is generally a sign of good fortune. It may symbolise the womb and therefore represent new birth of an idea or aspect of self. Alternatively it may signify your fear of becoming pregnant.
  17. Heated enclosure for baking, heating, or drying; generally at temperatures considerably less than a furnace.
  18. Equipment for baking cans that have been lithographed, lacquered or enameled. The obeject is to speed dry the coating to harden the finish. Also, oven for drying solvent from compound in can ends.
  19. An enclosed space where food is cooked by being surrounded by hot air.
  20. Chamber or enclosed area for the purpose of curing by heat or energy the coating.
  21. This is where cooking is done agave pineapples. Traditionally built with masonry.
  22. plant for forced drying of coatings by means of temperature (hot air oven) or other energy source (IR oven, UV oven).
  23. Folks, if you don't know what an oven is, you might not want to try baking cookies. And oven is the thing you bake your cookies in. It's the square thing in your kitchen that heats up and cooks/bakes foods of all kinds.
  24. an appliance which cooks by surrounding food with dry heat