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broil·er

 (broi′lər)
n.
1. One that broils, especially a small oven or the part of a stove used for broiling food.
2. A tender young chicken suitable for broiling.

broiler

(ˈbrɔɪlə)
n
1. (Cookery) a young tender chicken suitable for roasting
2. (Cookery) chiefly US a pan, grate, etc for broiling food
3. a very hot day

broil•er

(ˈbrɔɪ lər)

n.
1. a small oven or a compartment in a stove in which food is broiled by heat from above.
2. a grate or pan used to broil food.
3. a young chicken suitable for broiling.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.broiler - an oven or part of a stove used for broilingbroiler - an oven or part of a stove used for broiling
oven - kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting
2.broiler - flesh of a small young chicken not over 2 1/2 lb suitable for broilingbroiler - flesh of a small young chicken not over 2 1/2 lb suitable for broiling
chicken, poulet, volaille - the flesh of a chicken used for food
Translations
gril
grill
grilli
roštilj
グリル
그릴
grill
อาหารย่าง
vỉ nướng

broiler

[ˈbrɔɪləʳ]
A. N
1. (= chicken) → pollo m para asar
2. (US) (= grill) → parrilla f, grill m
B. CPD broiler house Nbatería f de engorde

broiler

[ˈbrɔɪlər] n (US)
(= fowl) → poulet m (à rôtir)
(= grill) → gril m

broiler

n
(= chicken)Brathähnchen nt, → (Gold)broiler m (dial)
(= grill)Grill m

broiler

[ˈbrɔɪləʳ] n
a. (chicken) → galletto
b. (pan) → griglia

broiler

شَوَّايَة gril grill Grill σχάρα parrilla grilli gril roštilj griglia グリル 그릴 grill grill ruszt grelha гриль grill อาหารย่าง ızgara vỉ nướng 烤架
References in classic literature ?
"I've raised chickens for nearly forty years, Billina, and I know you've got to starve 'em to make 'em lay lots of eggs, and stuff 'em if you want good broilers."
And it is as well that we can compose our differences honorably, for Sir Nigel had been out at the first clash of steel; and he hath sworn that if there be quarrelling in the garrison he would smite the right hand from the broilers. You know him of old, and that he is like to be as good as his word."
The frying-pan seemed to be held, inactive, behind the beneficent bars of the broiler. The pie list swelled; the richer puddings had vanished; the sausage, with his drapery wrapped about him, barely lingered in a pleasant thanatopsis with the buckwheats and the sweet but doomed maple.
On the basis of physical appearance and nutrition content, poultry is classified into ducks, chicken (broilers & layers), geese, turkey and quails.
Keywords: Broilers chicken; imports; price elasticity; cross and expenditure elasticity; Almost ideal demand system; Saudi Arabia.
I had not seen four thousand broilers at a go before and my excitement was profound.
Information regarding the influence of humic acids, a natural feed additive, on the digestion and utilisation of poor protein sources such as CM in broilers is scarce.
Broilers are bred in such intensive conditions and are often low on immunity, So they are filled with antibiotics to keep up their health ,when you eat these broiler chickens, the antibiotics and other things injected into the birds could possibly enter your bodies too,she said.
However, 60 broiler houses in North Carolina have flooded, and an additional six houses were damaged and will be unable to house broilers until repairs are made; four breeder houses in North Carolina were flooded.
The country's broiler output this year could expand by 5.4 percent to 970 million heads on the back of higher demand, according to the United Broilers Raisers Association Inc.