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grat·er

 (grā′tər)
n.
One that grates, as an implement with sharp-edged slits and perforations on which to grate foods.

grater

(ˈɡreɪtə)
n
1. (Cookery) a kitchen utensil with sharp-edged perforations for grating carrots, cheese, etc
2. a person or thing that grates
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grater - utensil with sharp perforations for shredding foods (as vegetables or cheese)grater - utensil with sharp perforations for shredding foods (as vegetables or cheese)
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
Translations
مِبْشَرَه
struhadlo
rivejern
ReibeKüchenreibe
konyhai reszelõ
rifjárn
radula
strgalo

grater

[ˈgreɪtəʳ] N (Culin) → rallador m

grater

[ˈgreɪtər] n (for grating food)râpe f cheese grater, nutmeg grater

grater

nReibe f

grater

[ˈgreɪtəʳ] ngrattugia

grate2

(greit) verb
1. to rub (cheese, vegetables etc) into small pieces by means of a grater.
2. to irritate. His voice grates on me.
ˈgrater noun
an instrument with a rough surface on which cheese, vegetables etc can be grated.
ˈgrating adjective
(of sounds) unpleasant.
References in classic literature ?
These things were crowded with utensils of all sorts: frying pans, sauce pans, kettles, forks, knives, basting and soup spoons, nutmeg graters, sifters, colanders, meat saws, flat irons, rolling pins and many other things of a like nature.
Here are some in the grater," said Miss Ophelia, holding them up.
Now a bag of remarkable clothespins, next, a wonderful nutmeg grater which fell to pieces at the first trial, a knife cleaner that spoiled all the knives, or a sweeper that picked the nap neatly off the carpet and left the dirt, labor-saving soap that took the skin off one's hands, infallible cements which stuck firmly to nothing but the fingers of the deluded buyer, and every kind of tinware, from a toy savings bank for odd pennies, to a wonderful boiler which would wash articles in its own steam with every prospect of exploding in the process.
In this the woman, as fair as a goddess, mixed them a mess with Pramnian wine; she grated goat's milk cheese into it with a bronze grater, threw in a handful of white barley-meal, and having thus prepared the mess she bade them drink it.
These include cheese graters, bird skulls, daleks, dead mice and frogs, live goldfish, jellyfish, a pair of pants, pet hamsters, pieces of coal, teeth, caterpillars, horse poo in a bag, TV remotes, worms, a weekold beef burger and a wet sponge.
She would use other graters for other food, such as cheese, coconut and potatoes.
These very sharp graters are easy to use and do an excellent job of removing the flavorful zest without getting the bitter white pith beneath it.
Lifetime introduced many new peelers and graters at the Housewares Show, and the Pedrini Dual Blade Peeler offers both design and function.
Microplane recently added an Ultra Coarse Grater to its Gourmet Series Graters line.
Widely used improved extension technologies include mechanized peelers, motorized graters and driers, screw jack, hydraulic press.
by Microplane[R], a company that sells zesters, graters, and slicers, go to the National Kidney foundation.