grilled


Also found in: Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.

grilled

(ɡrɪld)
adj
1. (Cookery) cooked on a grill or gridiron
2. (Furniture) having a grille
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.grilled - cooked by radiant heat (as over a grill)grilled - cooked by radiant heat (as over a grill)
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
2.grilled - cooked over an outdoor grillgrilled - cooked over an outdoor grill  
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
Translations
grilovaný
grillet
grillattu
na žaru
グリルで焼いた
그릴에 구운
grillad
ซึ่งถูกย่าง
đã nướng

grilled

[grɪld] ADJ (Culin) → (asado) a la parrilla

grilled

مَشْويّ grilovaný grillet gegrillt ψημένος a la parrilla grillattu grillé na žaru grigliato グリルで焼いた 그릴에 구운 gegrild grillet grillowany grelhado жареный grillad ซึ่งถูกย่าง ızgarada đã nướng 烤的
References in classic literature ?
"What would you think of me if I came down two hours after every one else and ordered grilled bone?"
"I do not say that fish is not good; we must not abuse it; but a piece of fresh venison, grilled on live coals, will agreeably vary our ordinary course."
"Snakes," said Adam, helping himself to a grilled kidney.
Doctor South did not reply, and the servant brought in some grilled sprats.
Angel looked round for Mrs Crick's black-puddings, which he had directed to be nicely grilled as they did them at the dairy, and of which he wished his father and mother to appreciate the marvellous herbal savours as highly as he did himself.
You are much too pretty, as well as too good, to be grilled alive in Calcutta." And again she earnestly conjured me to give up all thoughts of going out with her brother.
They had no wine with which to make drink-offerings over the sacrifice while it was cooking, so they kept pouring on a little water from time to time while the inward meats were being grilled; then, when the thigh bones were burned and they had tasted the inward meats, they cut the rest up small and put the pieces upon the spits.
It is Sam Aylward of the Company; and here is your captain, Sir Nigel Loring, and four others, all laid out to be grilled like an Easterling's herrings."
Now, next you'll want a cheque--or you'll say you want it, though you've capital enough somewhere, if one only knew where, but you'd be peppered and salted and grilled on a gridiron before you'd own to it--and that cheque I'll write.'
TOO many recipes for glazed grilled chicken give you meat that's scorched or sickeningly sweet-or both.
BabaMoo is celebrating grilled cheese month and now you can too
Speaking of barbecue, grilled foods are the best food to have when in the outdoors.