Isn't it the same word as 'cook'?
Yes, depending on the context this could be taken to mean "he cooks her" too; though I don't think this makes any sense to you yet as you'll learn that form of "la" in the clitics lesson :)
all right, I am looking forward to that lesson then, thanks!
But the process? As "the cooking time" can be The cook"??? "In the kitchen they cook the food. Check out the cook" Right?
Does the English word really have that meaning? Never heard of it and Collins doesn't know either, is it some slang? In Italian the cooking process is "la cottura" and the cooking time "il tempo di cottura".
Ciao picconno: I never heard of using "cook" to mean the "cooking process". THE cook is the person who cooks.
mazzy: No, I believe that is "cuoco"
The cook cooks cookies.
The cooks cook cookies.
How come "The Cook" isn't correct? they didn't tell us anything else by now.
Il cuoco is the cook.
I answered correctly n it said i was wrong!