Definition of Hotplate

1. Noun. A portable electric appliance for heating or cooking or keeping food warm.

Exact synonyms: Hot Plate
Generic synonyms: Kitchen Appliance



Definition of Hotplate

1. Noun. A low-powered semi-portable electric stove. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hotplate

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hotmelt
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hotness
hotnesses
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hotplate (current term)
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hotrodder
hotrodders
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Literary usage of Hotplate

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1. Niosh Manual of Analytical Methods: Sampling and Analytical Methods for edited by Peter M. Eller (1994)
"Heat on 400 °C hotplate until dense fumes of perchloric acid appear. 8. ... Place the beakers on the 400 °C hotplate and allow to go to dryness. ..."

2. An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology by Nist, Board on Assessment of NIST Programs, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"The guarded hotplate has been the American Society for Testing and Materials ... The High-Temperature Guarded hotplate now under fabrication at NIST will ..."

3. Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housingby David E. Jacobs by David E. Jacobs (1996)
"Heat on hotplate (140°C) until most of the acid has evaporated. 6. ... Heat on 140°C hotplate until a white ash appears. 8. When sample is dry, ..."

4. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1868)
"... and there is also a guttered edge to the hotplate, to prevent overflows from a sudden lurch of the ship. The oven doors are curved, and slide in grooves ..."

5. The Design and Equipment of Small Chemical Laboratories by Richard Kidder Meade (1908)
"39, rests on the ground and the flue from it is filled with ashes and earth to within 18 inches of the hotplate. In front of the ash-pit, beneath floor, ..."

6. Domestic Sanitary Drainage and Plumbing: Lectures on Practical Sanitation by William R. Maguire (1896)
"These boilers should be fitted with two manholes for cleaning, one on the front above the skirting of the hotplate of the range, well in view, ..."

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