electric range

NOUN
  1. a kitchen range in which the heat for cooking is provided by electric power
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How To Use electric range In A Sentence

  • Consider cooking on an outside barbecue grill or use a microwave oven, which does not generate as much heat and uses less energy than a gas or electric range.
  • Electric ranges and cooktops are slower to heat and cool than gas ones.
  • Included in the sale is a fridge, a gas and electric range with six-plate griddle, two ovens and a grill.
  • I should also note, that lest people think I am being neurotic about getting zinged Lakeside, that my electric bill for my apartment in Tlaquepaque which has a refrigerator, an electric range, lights, etc. was 43 pesos for the same two months. bournemouth Dec. Electric Bills and Solar Power
  • the electric range had one large burner and three smaller one
  • With both types of electric ranges, the dials on the back can be in the way when you try to put a very large pot on a rear burner.
  • During the Depression in 1931 the company began manufacturing the well-known Atlas electric ranges.
  • I had to cook something I could make after work, and I had an old electric range with only two rings working.
  • I would have loved to try making Bhakri, but shied away from it because I have only an electric range and a stainless steel skillet and doubt if someone without experience can make successful bhakri without the proper pan ( "tava"). Archive 2005-09-01
  • They use much less energy than electric ranges.
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