- the part of a stove, furnace, etc. from which the flame or heat comes
- an apparatus for burning fuel or trash; furnace, incinerator, etc.
See burner in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- One that burns, especially:
a. A device, as in a furnace, stove, or gas lamp, that is lighted to produce a flame.
b. A device on a stovetop, such as a gas jet or electric element, that produces heat.
a. A unit, such as a furnace, in which something is burned: an oil burner.
b. An incinerator.
a. An elaborate mural painted by a graffiti artist, usually on the wall of an abandoned building.
b. A large, multicolored graffito.
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