Cook

Occupation involving cooking food
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professional cook
chef
female form of label
cocinera (spanish)
Köchin (german)
cuoca (italian)
cuisinière (french)
kuchařka (czech)
kokkin (dutch)
μαγείρισσα (greek)
keginerez (breton)
طباخة (arabic)
Kächin (luxembourgish)
kuiristino (esperanto)
koquistino (ido)
jikvisinan (volapük)
שפית (hebrew)
повариха (russian)
kuchárka (slovak)
готвачка (macedonian)
cuinera (catalan)
cocinera (asturian)
кухарка (belarusian (taraškievica orthography))
cociñeira (galician)
cozinheira (portuguese)
bucătăreasă (romanian)
male form of label
hikvisinan (volapük)
koquistulo (ido)
готвач (macedonian)
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ISCO occupation code
5120
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Cooks
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1/10/2005
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A cook is a profession for individuals who prepare food for consumption in the food industry in settings such as restaurants. A cook is sometimes referred to as a chef, although in the culinary world, the terms are not interchangeable. Cooks' responsibilities include preparing food, managing food stations, cleaning the kitchen, and helping the chefs. Restaurants will give a title to the cooks according to their designated stations. Examples are broiler cooks, fry cooks, pantry cooks, and sauce cooks.
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Short order cook
Short-order cook
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