The normalUnix character-input mode, with interrupts enabled and with erase, kill and other special-character interpretations performed directly by the tty driver. Opposite of raw mode. See also rare mode. Other operating systems often have similar mode distinctions, and the raw/rare/cooked way of describing them has spread widely along with the C language and other Unix exports. Most generally, “cooked mode” may refer to any mode of a system that does extensive preprocessing before presenting data to a program.
[koo k] /kʊk/ verb (used with object) 1. to prepare (food) by the use of heat, as by boiling, baking, or roasting. 2. to subject (anything) to the application of heat. 3. Slang. to ruin; spoil. 4. Informal. to falsify, as accounts: to cook the expense figures. verb (used without object) 5. to prepare food […]
[koo k-uh-ree] /ˈkʊk ə ri/ noun, plural cookeries. 1. the art or practice of . 2. a place equipped for . /ˈkʊkərɪ/ noun 1. the art, study, or practice of cooking 2. (US) a place for cooking 3. (Canadian) a cookhouse at a mining or lumber camp n. late 14c.; see cook (n.) + -ery.
[koo k-er] /ˈkʊk ər/ noun 1. an appliance or utensil for : pressure cooker. 2. a person employed in certain industrial processes, as in brewing or distilling, to operate apparatus. /ˈkʊkə/ noun 1. an apparatus, usually of metal and heated by gas, electricity, oil, or solid fuel, for cooking food; stove 2. (Brit) any large […]
noun, British. 1. .