Definition of cooktop
1 : the flat top of a range
2 : a built-in cabinet-top cooking apparatus containing usually four heating units
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Students will cook using state-of-the-art gas and induction cooktops — set in quartz countertops — and vented by previously non-existent exhaust fans.
The first floor of 128 square feet featured seating, cabinets, a half-sized refrigerator, sink, cooktop and oven and a bathroom with a standard-sized toilet and shower unit.
The story and a half offers a gas cooktop, quartz counters, walk-in pantry and large covered deck perfect for entertaining or just relaxing.
The kitchen features granite counters, stainless steel appliances, a gas cooktop, butler’s pantry and an island.
The gourmet kitchen offers a six-burner gas cooktop, island with seating, double ovens and breakfast bar.
While the oven paste is doing its work, put any removable parts from a gas stovetop in soapy water to soak and scrub the cooktop surface with soap and water.
The large open kitchen has an abundance of creamy white cabinets, granite counters, and updated stainless steel appliances including an oversized gas cooktop.
There are high ceilings and a fireplace in its Great Room, and the gourmet kitchen has quartz counters and stainless appliances, including a gas cooktop and double ovens.
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Definition of cooktop for English Language Learners
: a flat piece of equipment for cooking that is built into a kitchen countertop and that usually has four devices (called burners) that become hot when turned on
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