Cook-off meaning

ko͝ok'ôf', -ŏf'
A cooking competition.
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A cooking contest in which participants prepare their own recipes, as for chili or barbecued spare ribs, held as a public event, usually outdoors, with the food for sale to the public.
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Alternative spelling of cook-off.
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(chiefly US) A cooking contest.
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(chemistry, military) Accidental detonation of explosives, especially as the result of excessive heat.
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(US, military) To pull the pin from a grenade and wait two or three seconds before throwing.
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(US, military) As with above, except to unintentionally wait so long that the grenade detonates.
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(chemistry, military) To cause an accidental detonation of explosives, especially due to excess heat.
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(intransitive, chemistry, military) To accidentally detonate, especially as the result of excess heat.
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