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[koo k-wair] /ˈkʊkˌwɛər/
pots, pans, and other cooking utensils.
Origin of cookware
1950-55; cook1 + ware1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Its cookware surface is sturdy, strong, and resists scratching and corroding.
  • Most cookware have copper or aluminum bottoms for even heating.
  • Stir-frying requires high heat, and only expensive high-quality nonstick cookware can safely be used on high heat.
  • cookware and hardware stores are selling many new models this year.
  • The cabins offer pine paneling, linens, cookware and utensils.
  • All cabins come equipped with full modern kitchens that have microwaves, cookware and coffeemakers.
  • The cabins are smoke-free, with a kitchen and outdoor grill, cookware and bed linens.
  • The cabins' full kitchens include linens, basic cookware and utensils as well as refrigerator and range.
  • The cabins come with full kitchens featuring cookware, coffeemaker, microwave and refrigerator.
  • All of the cabins contain full kitchens including cookware and dishes.

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