Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Oven"

The meaning of "Oven" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa "Why do they call it oven when you of in the cold food of out hot eat the food? "

What's the meaning of "You of in"??
A: This is a meme. I first saw it in this image.
I laugh because of how this sentence is written, its like someone from another planet wrote it. very strange and I thought it was funny.

>Why do they call it oven
in English the word oven( OV-en ) sounds like the words "of in".
he wants to know why people call this kitchen appliance by this name

>when you of in the cold food
this is the stupid part, he is pretending "of in" is a phrasal verb, it is not.
this is not a common or sensible way to use these words
if you used real words you would say "put in"
>> Why do they call it oven
>> when you [put in] the cold food

of out hot eat the food?
he is pretending "of out" is a phrasal verb, it is not.
this would mean the opposite of "put in" so "pull out"
>> Why do they call it oven
>> when you [put in] the cold food
>> [pull out] hot eat the food?

many tools in english have names that describe what the tool does
stapler -> puts staples in things
copier -> makes copies of things
screwdriver -> drives screws into things

the whole point is that he thinks ovens (of in) have the wrong name
by his logic they should be called (of out)s because you "of out"(pull out) hot food.

also, its a nonsense meme you can post to confuse people tho a lot of people have seen it so they will probably not read it and tell you to shut up.

now, this grammar is still really bad
you can see one commenter said he "just had a stroke"
a stroke when blood is blocked from the brain
usually causing you to lose the ability to hear, speak, read, or other things.
its written so badly the commenter feels like his brain is dying lol

rewritten
>> Why do they call it (an) oven
>> when you [put in] the cold food
>> (and) [pull out] (the hot food to eat)?

This is EXTREMELY stupid and even people who understand probably would not laugh. I thought it was funny tho so thanks for reminding me of it.

hope this makes sense
Q: O que significa "Did I leave the oven on, or is that just you, hot stuff?"?
A: this is flirting !!

“did i leave the oven on” = implying that something is hot (hot can be used as “attractive” sometimes”

“or is that just you” = the oven isn’t actually causing “heat”, it’s because scarlet witch is hot

i hope this made sense, let me know if i should explain again
Q: O que significa oven?
Q: O que significa oven?
A: It is a electronic device used to bake cakes or cookies and it is placed in the kitchen
Q: O que significa 'oven to table'?

Example sentences using "Oven"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com oven.
A: The food is in the oven.
You need to pre heat the oven.

Synonyms of "Oven" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Just the oven and the ingredients are causing an uproar. e Just the oven and the ingredients are causing a turmoil. ?
A: An uproar is a loud and impassioned noise or disturbance.

A turmoil a state of great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre fresh from the oven e straight out of the oven ?
A:
Yes “the” is correct in your sentence
And both are correct and interchangeable (grammar around them is a little different though so do be careful with that)

Straight out of the oven, is more of an informal sentence whereas the first is more proper

They could both be used in either scenario and both are natural, it just depends on the person
Q: Qual é a diferença entre oven e stove ?
A: Oven: I put my casserole in the oven to cook.
Stove: i took my casserole out of the oven and placed it on the stove to cool down.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I don't remember if I turned off the oven. e I forget if I turned off the oven. ?
A: I think they both convey the same meaning. "I don't remember if I turned off the oven" sounds more natural. "I don't remember" sounds like you don't know the answer and "I forget" sounds like you knew the answer but now you don't.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre electronic oven e electric oven ?
A: Electric just means that it uses electricity (it may still have analog buttons and a manual timer). Electronic means that it's digital, has a digital interface and such. Pretty much all electronic devices are electric, but not all electric devices are electronic (especially the older ones).

Translations of "Oven"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? “ on which degree/mark do you normally put the oven on?
A: At what temperature/mark do you usually set the oven?
What temperature/mark do you normally set the oven at?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What do you usually say it?

-compact oven toaster

-mini oven toaster
A: @rumina35687258 Hmm, I think people just say "Mini oven".
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? how to call this ?? down there is oven :)
A: The front is a worktop. The “IGNIS” part is the hob.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? oven
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Oven"

Q: Compared to the oven, The microwave only heats up the food,doesn’t raise the temperature of itself.
Is it correct?
Are there other ways to say it?
A: "Compared to an oven, a microwave only heats up the food placed inside it, and not the temperature of the microwave itself."
Q: This oven is very big, rather than being put on a counter, it is built-in the cabinet.
This oven is very big, it is built-in the cabinet rather than being put on a counter.
This oven is very big, it is built-in the cabinet instead of being put on a counter.
Are they all correct?
A:
Almost the problem is with “built-in” that term refers to it coming in one package for example. If a multi tool comes with a bottle opener it has a “built in bottle opener” “built into” means that it is built inside of something

The oven is very big, rather than being put on a counter, it is built into the cabinet”
Once that is changed like in the example above, yes they are all correct and just different ways to phrase it
Q: ↑ a oven
↓ a microwave oven
right?
A: The first one is a toaster oven.

The second is a microwave.
Q: there is frying pan ON the oven.
Is it true?
A: in - if you cook something using the frying pan, put it together in the oven
on- you place the frying pan on the oven
Q: What does "oven" mean in a sexual sense?
A: I'm not aware of a sexual sense of oven, but sometimes people will refer to a pregnant woman as having "a bun in the oven". The bun being the unborn baby, and the oven being the mother's womb. Other than in that way, the woman is not referred to as an oven.

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