Simple Definition of nonstick
: allowing easy removal of cooked food
Full Definition of nonstick
1 : allowing easy removal of cooked food particles <a nonstick coating in a frying pan>
2 : having a nonstick surface <a nonstick frying pan>
Examples of nonstick in a sentence
There is a nonstick coating on the pan.
Origin and Etymology of nonstick
First Known Use: 1958
Rhymes with nonstick
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