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v. broiled, broil·ing, broils
1. To cook by direct radiant heat, as over a grill or under an electric element.
2. To expose to great heat.
To be exposed to great heat.
1. The act of broiling or the condition of being broiled.
2. Food, especially meat, that is broiled.
[Middle English broilen, from Old French brusler, bruler, perhaps from usler, to burn (with br- from bruir, to burn), from Latin ustulāre, to scorch, from ustus, past participle of ūrere, to burn.]
broil 2(broil) Archaic
A rowdy argument.
intr.v. broiled, broil·ing, broils
To engage in a rowdy argument.
[From obsolete broil, to brawl, from Middle English broilen, from Anglo-Norman broiller, to mix up, confuse, from Old French brouiller, from breu, broth, brew, from Vulgar Latin *brodum, of Germanic origin; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots.]
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1. (Cookery) chiefly US and Canadian 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 equivalent (in Britain and other countries): grill
2. to become or cause to become extremely hot
3. (intr) to be furious
4. the process of broiling
5. something broiled
[C14: from Old French bruillir to burn, of uncertain origin]
a loud quarrel or disturbance; brawl
(intr) to brawl; quarrel
[C16: from Old French brouiller to mix, from breu broth; see brewis, brose]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
1. to cook by direct heat, as on a gridiron or in a broiler; grill.
2. to make very hot; scorch.v.i.
3. to be subjected to great heat; become broiled.
4. to burn with impatience, annoyance, etc.n.
5. the act of broiling or the state of being broiled.
6. something broiled, esp. meat.
[1300–50; Middle English brulen, brolyn < Anglo-French bruill(i)er, broil(l)er, Old French brusler to burn]
1. an angry quarrel or disturbance; tumult.v.i.
2. to quarrel; brawl.
[1400–50; late Middle English: to present in disorder, quarrel < Anglo-French, Old French broiller to jumble together]
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Past participle: broiled
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To cook food uncovered directly under heat or over an open fire.
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|Noun||1.||broil - cooking by direct exposure to radiant heat (as over a fire or under a grill)|
|Verb||1.||broil - cook under a broiler; "broil fish" |
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"
grill - cook over a grill; "grill the sausages"
pan-broil - broil in a pan
|2.||broil - heat by a natural force; "The sun broils the valley in the summer"|
|3.||broil - be very hot, due to hot weather or exposure to the sun; "The town was broiling in the sun"; "the tourists were baking in the heat"|
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
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peći na roštilju
kepti ant iešmo
peči na žaru
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broil[ˈbrɔɪl] vt (US) [+ meat, fish] → faire griller
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vti (Cook) → grillen
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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
(American) to grill (food). She broiled the chicken. braai, rooster, panrooster يَشْوي пека на огън/скара grelhar grilovat grillen grille; grillstege ψήνω στη σχάρα asar a la parrilla grillima کباب کردن grillata griller לִצְלוֹת सेंकना peći na žaru roston süt memanggang arrostire あぶり焼きにする 굽다 kepti ant iešmo cept gaļu (uz iesma, restēm) panggang roosterengrille piec na ruszcie کباب کول grelhar a frige жарить(ся) на открытом огне grilovať peči (se) na žaru peći na roštilju steka, grilla ย่าง ızgara yapmak 燒烤 смажити(ся), жарити(ся) آنچ پر تیار کرنا nướng (thịt) 烤
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broil→ يَشْوي grilovat grille grillen ψήνω στη σχάρα hacer a la parrilla grillata griller peći na roštilju grigliare グリルで焼く 그릴에 굽다 grillen grille upiec na ruszcie grelhar жарить на гриле grilla ย่าง ızgara yapmak nướng 烤
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