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grill

 (grĭl)
tr.v. grilled, grill·ing, grills
1. To broil on a gridiron.
2. To torture or afflict as if by broiling.
3. Informal To question relentlessly; cross-examine.
4. To mark or emboss with a gridiron.
n.
1. A cooking surface of parallel metal bars; a gridiron.
2. Food cooked by broiling or grilling.
3. An informal restaurant or a room in a restaurant where grilled foods are served. Also called grillroom.
4. A series of marks grilled or embossed on a surface.
5. Variant of grille.

[French griller, from gril, gridiron, from Old French greille, from Latin crātīcula; see griddle.]

grill′er n.

grill

(ɡrɪl)
vb
1. (Cookery) to cook (meat, fish, etc) by direct heat, as under a grill or over a hot fire, or (of meat, fish, etc) to be cooked in this way. Usual US and Canadian word: broil
2. (tr; usually passive) to torment with or as if with extreme heat: the travellers were grilled by the scorching sun.
3. (tr) informal to subject to insistent or prolonged questioning
n
4. (Cookery) a device with parallel bars of thin metal on which meat, fish, etc, may be cooked by a fire; gridiron
5. (Cookery) a device on a cooker that radiates heat downwards for grilling meat, fish, etc
6. (Cookery) food cooked by grilling
7. (Cookery) See grillroom
[C17: from French gril gridiron, from Latin crātīcula fine wickerwork; see grille]
ˈgriller n

grill

(ɡrɪl)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a variant spelling of grille
[C17: see grille]

grill

(grɪl)

n.
1. an apparatus topped by a grated metal framework for cooking food over direct heat, as a gas or charcoal fire.
2. a metal grate for broiling food over a fire; gridiron.
3. a dish of grilled meat, fish, vegetables, etc.
5. a group of small pyramidal marks, embossed or impressed in parallel rows on certain postage stamps to prevent erasure of cancellation marks.
v.t.
6. to broil on a grill.
7. to subject to severe and persistent cross-examination or questioning.
8. to torment with heat.
9. to mark with a series of parallel bars like those of a grill.
[1660–70; < French gril gridiron « Latin crātīculum, diminutive of crātis wickerwork, hurdle. compare grille]
grill′er, n.

grill


Past participle: grilled
Gerund: grilling

Imperative
grill
grill
Present
I grill
you grill
he/she/it grills
we grill
you grill
they grill
Preterite
I grilled
you grilled
he/she/it grilled
we grilled
you grilled
they grilled
Present Continuous
I am grilling
you are grilling
he/she/it is grilling
we are grilling
you are grilling
they are grilling
Present Perfect
I have grilled
you have grilled
he/she/it has grilled
we have grilled
you have grilled
they have grilled
Past Continuous
I was grilling
you were grilling
he/she/it was grilling
we were grilling
you were grilling
they were grilling
Past Perfect
I had grilled
you had grilled
he/she/it had grilled
we had grilled
you had grilled
they had grilled
Future
I will grill
you will grill
he/she/it will grill
we will grill
you will grill
they will grill
Future Perfect
I will have grilled
you will have grilled
he/she/it will have grilled
we will have grilled
you will have grilled
they will have grilled
Future Continuous
I will be grilling
you will be grilling
he/she/it will be grilling
we will be grilling
you will be grilling
they will be grilling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been grilling
you have been grilling
he/she/it has been grilling
we have been grilling
you have been grilling
they have been grilling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been grilling
you will have been grilling
he/she/it will have been grilling
we will have been grilling
you will have been grilling
they will have been grilling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been grilling
you had been grilling
he/she/it had been grilling
we had been grilling
you had been grilling
they had been grilling
Conditional
I would grill
you would grill
he/she/it would grill
we would grill
you would grill
they would grill
Past Conditional
I would have grilled
you would have grilled
he/she/it would have grilled
we would have grilled
you would have grilled
they would have grilled

grill

1. (food) broil
2. The British and Canadian term for cooking uncovered food directly under heat or over an open fire (broil).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grill - a restaurant where food is cooked on a grillgrill - a restaurant where food is cooked on a grill
eatery, eating house, eating place, restaurant - a building where people go to eat
2.grill - a framework of metal bars used as a partition or a grate; "he cooked hamburgers on the grill"
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
Verb1.grill - cook over a grill; "grill the sausages"
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
cook - transform and make suitable for consumption by heating; "These potatoes have to cook for 20 minutes"
barbecue, barbeque, cook out - cook outdoors on a barbecue grill; "let's barbecue that meat"; "We cooked out in the forest"
hibachi - cook over a hibachi grill
broil, oven broil - cook under a broiler; "broil fish"
2.grill - examine thoroughly; "the student was grilled for two hours on the subject of phonology"
examine - question closely

grill

verb
Informal. To question thoroughly and relentlessly to verify facts:
Idiom: give someone the third degree.
Translations
يَشْويشَوَّايَةشَوّايَهمِشْواةوَجْبَة شِواء
grilovatgrilgrilovaný pokrmpodrobit křížovému výslechurožeň
grillgrillegrillretgrillristkrydsforhøre
grillatagrillihiillostaakuulustellaristikko
peći na roštiljuroštilj
erõszakosan vallatfatányérosgrillgrillezrostély
grill, steikarristgrilla, glóîarsteikjagrillaîur matur, glóîarsteiktur rétturyfirheyra í òaula
グリルグリルで焼く
그릴그릴에 굽다
ant grotelių kepta mėsaant grotelių kepta žuvisgardelėskvosti
ceptgrila restesgrilētgrilēts ēdiensgrils
grilgrilované jedlo
peči na žaružarzasliševati
grillgrilla
ย่างอาหารย่าง
ızgaraızgara yapmakızgarada pişirmeksorguya çekmek
nướngvỉ nướng

grill

[grɪl]
A. N
1. (Brit) (on cooker, also restaurant) → parrilla f
2. (= food) → parrillada f
a mixed grilluna parrillada mixta
3. = grille
B. VT
1. (Culin) → asar a la parrilla
2. (= interrogate) → interrogar
C. CPD grill room Nparrilla f, grill m

grill

[ˈgrɪl]
n
(on cooker)gril m
mixed grill
vt
(British) [+ food] → griller
(= question) → interroger longuement, cuisiner

grill

n
(Cook, on cooker etc) → Grill m; (= gridiron)Grill m, → (Brat)rost m; (= food)Grillgericht nt, → Grillade f; (= restaurant)Grill(room) m
vt
(Cook) → grillen
(inf: = interrogate) → in die Zange nehmen (inf); to grill somebody about somethingjdn über etw (acc)ausquetschen (inf)or ins Verhör nehmen
vi
(inf, in sun) → schmoren (inf)

grill

:
grill pan
n (Brit) → Grillpfanne f
grillroom
nGrillroom m

grill

[grɪl]
1. n
a. (Brit) (on cooker) → griglia; (gridiron) → graticola; (in restaurant) (also grillroom) → grill-room m inv
a mixed grill → una grigliata mista
b. (also grille) (grating) → griglia; (at window) → grata
2. vt
a. (Culin) → cuocere ai ferri or alla griglia
grilled meat → carne ai ferri or alla griglia
b. (fam) (interrogate) → fare il terzo grado a

grill

(gril) verb
1. to cook directly under heat. to grill the chops.
2. to question (a person) closely. The police grilled the man they thought was the murderer.
noun
1. the part of a cooker used for grilling.
2. a frame of metal bars for grilling food on.
3. a dish of grilled food. a mixed grill.

grill

شَوَّايَة, يَشْوي gril, grilovat grill, grille Grill, grillen σχάρα, ψήνω στη σχάρα hacer a la parrilla, parrilla grillata, grilli gril, griller peći na roštilju, roštilj griglia, grigliare グリル, グリルで焼く 그릴, 그릴에 굽다 grill, grillen grill, grille ruszt, upiec na ruszcie grelha, grelhar гриль, жарить на гриле grill, grilla ย่าง, อาหารย่าง ızgara, ızgara yapmak nướng, vỉ nướng , 烤架

grill

vt asar a la parrilla
References in classic literature ?
He said for breakfast there would be fish, followed by a grill.
We're all living wonders, Major," he went on, turning to Thomson, "but if I don't get a Sole Colbert and a grill at the Savoy, and a front seat at the Alhambra, before many weeks have passed, I shall get stale--that's what'll happen to me.
Grill, his description in the catalogues being specially fascinating, and no doubt I deserved the snubbing I got.
Rouletabille took the eggs, which had been brought to him in a bowl, and the meat which was on a dish, placed all carefully beside him in the chimney, unhooked a frying-pan and a gridiron, and began to beat up our omelette before proceeding to grill our beefsteak.
There was a low concealed place, in a turning of the glen, where we were so bold as to make fire: so that we could warm ourselves when the clouds set in, and cook hot porridge, and grill the little trouts that we caught with our hands under the stones and overhanging banks of the burn.
On one occasion she had kept him waiting so long that he had been able to do nine holes, starting at the Savoy Grill and finishing up near Hammersmith.
Standing all around the clearing were a good many cookstoves, ranges and grills, of all sizes and shapes, and besides these there were several kitchen cabinets and cupboards and a few kitchen tables.
And then she mentioned how often she had heard of Lady Southdown from that excellent man the Reverend Lawrence Grills, Minister of the chapel in May Fair, which she frequented; and how her views were very much changed by circumstances and misfortunes; and how she hoped that a past life spent in worldliness and error might not incapacitate her from more serious thought for the future.
Lawrence Grills, exhorting that gentleman to save the brand who "honoured" the letter from the burning.
Grill pound cake slices until well marked on both sides of each slice and cake is warmed throughout, about 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
pausing occasionally to wipe my brow as I tended earnestly to the brats on my hulking Char-Broil gas grill.
Always preheat the grill (get an adult to help you with this