- 1.1 (for cooking) cocina (feminine), estufa (feminine) (Colombia) (Mexico/México) ; (ring) calentador (masculine), hornillo (masculine) electric/gas stove cocina or (Colombia) (Mexico/México) estufa eléctrica/de or a gas I left the soup on the stove dejé la sopa en el fuego or en la lumbreMore example sentences1.2 (for warmth) estufa (feminine), calentador (masculine)
- There are children out there that don't know you can buy the actual kernels and pop them, in a pan, on the stove.
- Remove it from the stove and strain out the mint, then pour it over the fruit and chill for several hours.
- It's very cold in the winter and the school only has wood-burning stoves.
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In Spain, pinchos are small portions of food, often on a cocktail stick, eaten in a bar or cafe. Often free, they are similar to