An old cast iron Dutch oven.
- a heavy metal or enamelware pot with a high, arched lid, for cooking pot roasts, etc.
- a metal container for roasting meats, etc., with an open side placed so that it is toward the fire
- a brick oven whose walls are preheated for cooking
- A large, heavy pot or kettle, usually of cast iron and with a tight lid, used for slow cooking.
- A metal utensil open on one side and equipped with shelves, placed before an open fire for baking or roasting food.
- A wall oven in which food is baked by means of preheated brick walls.
(plural Dutch ovens)
- a large metal cooking pot with a tight-fitting lid
- a portable oven consisting of a metal box, with shelves, placed before an open fire
- (rail transport) a protective cover for electrical contacts on a railway coupler. Particularly but not exclusively used on the London Underground
- a prank in which one farts in bed and pulls the bedclothes over one's bed-mate's head
- a room full of marijuana smoke
- 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.