Examples from the Web for burner
He testified that he immediately got to work with a set of “burner” phones bought on company expenses.
The safest way to use a burner is not for very long, but buying a new cellphone, laptop, or tablet once a week can get expensive.How to Keep the NSA at Bay: The Tricks From Privacy Experts|Winston Ross|June 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Return the pan to the burner and cook over medium heat for 20 minutes.
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While the advantages of the Siemens burner are many and obvious, it is not without its disadvantages.Gas Burners|Owen Merriman
Replace the parts of the burner, and, if not cool, turn on the fuel and light.
If the wick is too small, the fire may burn back thru the burner and ignite the oil in the bowl.
A piece of chain with a metal ball is attached to the burner arm in order to pull it down.Electric Gas Lighting|Norman H. Schneider
Dick did so, and Andrew took off the oil-container, which was nearly full, and examined the burner.Johnstone of the Border|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for burner
Word Origin and History for burner
late 13c., also as a surname, Brenner, "person who makes bricks," agent noun from burn (v.)). As a name for a part of a lamp where the flame is applied, from 1790. Of gas-cooking stoves, by 1885.