cooker

[kook-er]
noun
1.
an appliance or utensil for cooking: pressure cooker.
2.
a person employed in certain industrial processes, as in brewing or distilling, to operate cooking apparatus.

Origin:
1880–85; cook1 + -er1

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cooker (ˈkʊkə)
 
n
1.  an apparatus, usually of metal and heated by gas, electricity, oil, or solid fuel, for cooking food; stove
2.  (Brit) any large sour apple used in cooking

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Example sentences
The best part is there is even a rice cooker now that makes it for you, so much
  less labor intensive than cooking it in a pot.
They are already embedded in your car and stereo and rice cooker.
Modify a basic solar cooker design as needed to enhance your cooking results.
Brazilians had not previously realised that such a big chunk of the cost of a
  fridge or cooker goes to the government.
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