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bar·be·cue

 (bär′bĭ-kyo͞o′)
n.
1. A grill, pit, or outdoor fireplace for roasting meat.
2.
a. A whole animal carcass or section thereof roasted or broiled over an open fire or on a spit.
b. A social gathering, usually held outdoors, at which food is cooked over an open flame.
3. Meat or seafood cooked in or served with barbecue sauce.
tr.v. bar·be·cued, bar·be·cu·ing, bar·be·cues
To roast, broil, or grill (meat or seafood) over live coals or an open fire, often basting with a seasoned sauce.

[American Spanish barbacoa, of Taíno origin.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.barbecued - cooked over an outdoor grillbarbecued - cooked over an outdoor grill  
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
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All cultures featured stress the importance of time out, and time with loved ones--again and again, we're shown family gathered around a barbecued feast.
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67 per cent of households prefer a barbecued dinner to a traditional Sunday roast when the opportunity arises.
A staggering eight million people a year enjoy eating barbecued food.
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