nonstick
nonstick onstick, non-stick on-stickadj. 1. permitting easy removal of adherent food particles; -- of surfaces, especially of cooking utensils; as, a frying pan with a nonstick surface. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • nonstick — [nän′stik′] adj. designating or of cookware or kitchen appliances to which foods will not stick …   English World dictionary

  • nonstick — adjective Etymology: 3stick Date: 1958 1. allowing easy removal of cooked food particles < a nonstick coating in a frying pan > 2. having a nonstick surface < a nonstick frying pan > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • nonstick — /non stik /, adj. having or providing a finish designed to prevent food from sticking during cooking or baking: a nonstick saucepan; a nonstick cooking spray. [1955 60; NON + STICK2] * * * …   Universalium

  • nonstick — adjective Resistant to sticking. This nonstick cookware is easy to clean, but sticky things cant read the label and stick to it anyways …   Wiktionary

  • nonstick — non|stick [ ,nan stık ] adjective nonstick cooking pans and paper have a surface that food will not stick to …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • nonstick — adjective (of surfaces especially of cooking utensils) permitting easy removal of adherent food particles a frying pan with a nonstick surface • Similar to: ↑slippery, ↑slippy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Nonstick — Non stick refers to a cooking surface that resists food sticking to it without the aid of oils or fats.Such cooking surfaces include: * Polytetrafluoroethylene coating, also sold under the DuPont brand name Teflon * Titanium infused ceramic …   Wikipedia

  • Nonstick — Добавка в краску …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • nonstick — see non stick …   English dictionary

  • nonstick — nÉ‘n stɪk / nÉ’n adj. having a surface that prevents materials from sticking to it, allowing for easy removal of food that has stuck to the surface (i.e. of a cooking dish) …   English contemporary dictionary

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