Dutch oven

Dutch oven (plural Dutch ovens)

  1. A large metal cooking pot with a tight-fitting lid.
  2. A portable oven consisting of a metal box, with shelves, placed before an open fire.
  3. (rail transport) A protective cover for electrical contacts on a railway coupler, particularly but not exclusively used on the London Underground.
  4. (slang) The situation where a person breaks wind under the bedcovers, sometimes pulling them over a bedmate's head as a prank.
  5. A room or vehicle full of marijuana smoke.
  6. The very end of a Dutch Masters cigar that has been rerolled with marijuana. This usage of the term is said to originate in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
  7. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see Dutch, oven

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