Any adjective you want. An adjective is any describing word, so however you want to describe a microwave, just use that word. Here are a few good ones: big microwave wet microwave old microwave broken microwave white microwave dirty microwave weird microwave super, incredible, heavy-duty microwave Too easy!
This question needs clarification. By definition a "microwave" is a microwave oven. There are Microwave ovens that are built in above a regular stove/oven combination and there are portable or stand alone microwave ovens that can sit on a counter top or on a microwave oven "cart" piece of furniture.
All of Sterlite food storage items are microwave safe. They are designed to reheat food in the microwave. Use caution when reheating food high in sugar or fat as they can cause damage to microwave safe containers. See microwave manufacturer's instructions for information regarding the use of microwave safe containers in your microwave."
There are no famous microwave oven commercials. There were a lot of commercials for microwave ovens in the 1970s, but none stood out as famous. This question probably should have asked what a commercial microwave oven is. A commercial microwave oven is a microwave oven used by restaurants and cafeterias.
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