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cooktop

[ kook-top ]
/ ˈkʊkˌtɒp /
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noun

a cooking surface consisting of a flat sheet of heat-transmitting glass and ceramic material over heating elements, usually electric.

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British Dictionary definitions for cooktop

cooktop
/ (ˈkʊkˌtɒp) /

noun

US a flat unit for cooking in saucepans or the top part of a stove
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