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cook /kuk/, /kʊk/
  • colloquial: to be uncomfortably hot
sein zaɪ̯n
cook /kuk/, /kʊk/
  • to prepare food
kochen ˈkɔxn̩
cook /kuk/, /kʊk/
  • to prepare (food) for eating
kochen ˈkɔxn̩
garen ˈɡaːʁən
cook /kuk/, /kʊk/
  • to become ready for eating
garen ˈɡaːʁən
kochen ˈkɔxn̩
cook /kuk/, /kʊk/
  • a person who prepares food for a living
das Koch (Pl.: <div> — </div>) {m} kɔx
die Köchin (Pl.: die Köchinnen) {f} ˈkœçɪn
Cook Islands /ˈkʊk ˈai.ləndz/
  • self-governing country in Oceania
Cookinseln
too many cooks spoil the broth
  • with too many people a task won't be done very well
viele Köche verderben den Brei
cooking /ˈkʊ.kɪŋ/
  • the style or genre of food preparation; cookery; cuisine
die Kochkunst (Pl.: die Kochkünste) {f} ˈkɔxˌkʊnst
die Küche (Pl.: die Küchen) {f} ˈkyːçə, ˈkʏçə
cooking /ˈkʊ.kɪŋ/
  • the process of preparing food by using heat
Kochen
cooking pot
  • any cooking vessel
der Kochtopf (Pl.: die Kochtöpfe) {m} ˈkɔxˌtɔp͡f
cooking oil
  • purified fat
das Speiseöl (Pl.: die Speiseöle) {n} ˈʃpaɪ̯zəˌʔøːl
cooked /kʊkt/
  • of food, that has been prepared by cooking
gekocht
Cook /kʊk/ das Koch (Pl.: <div> — </div>) {m} kɔx
line cook der Chef de Partie (Pl.: die Chefs de Partie) {m}
cooking pit der Erdofen (Pl.: die Erdöfen) {m} ˈeːɐ̯tˌʔoːfn̩
cook up ausbaldowern ˈaʊ̯sbalˌdoːvɐn
goose is cooked
  • all hope is gone
Die Messe ist gelesen
erledigt sein
geliefert sein
Cook Islander
  • person from the Cook Islands
der Cookinseln
cooking spoon der Kochlöffel (Pl.: die Kochlöffel) {m} ˈkɔxˌlœfəl
assistant cook der Beikoch (Pl.: die Beiköche) {m} ˈbaɪ̯ˌkɔx
cooked-egg garnish der Eierstich (Pl.: <div> — </div>) {m} ˈaɪ̯ɐˌʃtɪç
cook the books
  • falsify an account of an event
verbrämen fɛɐ̯ˈbʁɛːmən
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