English noun: cooking
|1.||cooking (act) the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat|
|Samples||Cooking can be a great art.|
People are needed who have experience in cookery.
He left the preparation of meals to his wife.
|Broader (hypernym)||change of state|
|Narrower (hyponym)||baking, boiling, braising, broil, broiling, browning, cuisine, culinary art, frying, fusion cooking, grilling, percolation, poaching, roasting, sauteing, simmering, stewing, toasting|
|Part holonym||seasoning, tenderisation, tenderization|
|Domain category members||alcoholise, alcoholise, alcoholize, alcoholize, bake, barbecue, barbeque, baste, beat, blacken, blanch, boil down, boil down, braise, bread, brine, broil, brown, brown sauce, bruise, butterfly, calamari, calamary, can, caramelise, caramelise, caramelize, caramelize, challah, char, Chinese brown sauce, churn, clarify, coddle, concentrate, concentrate, concoct, conserve, cook, cook out, cook up, corn, cream, crisp, crispen, crumb, curry, curry, decoct, deep-fat-fry, deep-fry, devil, dredge, dress, dun, egg, farce, filet, fillet, fire, flavor, flavour, flour, fortify, fortify, french-fry, fricassee, frizzle, frost, fry, ginger, griddle, grill, hallah, hibachi, ice, Jewish rye, Jewish rye bread, jug, lace, lard, marinade, marinate, mask, micro-cook, microwave, nuke, oven broil, ovenbake, overboil, pan roast, pan-broil, pan-fry, parboil, pepper, pickle, precook, pressure-cook, puree, put on, put up, reduce, reduce, render, rice, roast, salt, salt, sauce, saute, savor, savour, scorch, scramble, sear, season, shirr, simmer, souse, spatchcock, spice, spice up, spike, splat, squid, steam, stew, stir fry, strain, stuff, tin, toast, truss, try, whip, whip up, whisk, whomp up, zap, zest|