In British English, the cooker is the whole apparatus, the stove is the top part of it, with (usually) four rings, and the oven is the interior section used fror baking and roasting. But sometimes people use the words stove or oven to mean the whole thing, as in American English.
Yes, you can express profound sentiments, think profound thoughts, and have profound insight into something.
I'm afraid I'm not that good on football terminology, nor is it quite clear what you need. You should log on to a (British?) site that reports on matches to get up to date on that. Good luck!
lunge = a term for dangerous tackle, usually resulting in yellow or red
jersey= another word for team uniform
headbut = what zidane did in the world cup to materazzi
knock = hurt/minor injury
dive = pretend to fall to get a penalty/card
Close Friends, Beavercanal Family
our project of building a small but active friendship group. English learner only.
still looking for few more people to join as new family members before closing new registrations