grille vs grill

grille grill

Definitions

  • 1) Obsolete spelling of grill.
  • 2) A grating of metal, wood, or another material used as a screen, divider, barrier, or decorative element, as in a window or on the front end of an automobile.
  • 3) An opening covered with a grating.
  • 4) A grating serving as a gate; also, a metallic grating closing a small opening, as in a door, allowing an inmate to answer inquiries and examine applicants for admission without opening the door.
  • 5) The large grating separating a convent parlor into two parts, visitors being allowed only on one side of it.
  • 6) A piece of openwork or grating, usually of metal, as wrought-iron.
  • 7) In pisciculture, an apparatus for holding fish-eggs during incubation, consisting of a rectangular wooden frame 20 inches long and from 7 to 8 inches wide, into which are fastened small cylindrical glass tubes, closely placed.
  • 8) A lattice or grating.
  • 9) In lace, having a background consisting of bars or brides crossing open spaces: also said of the background itself.

Definitions

  • 1) A rack; a grid of wire or a sheet of material with a pattern of holes or slots, usually used to protect something while allowing the passage of air and liquids. Typical uses: to allow air through a fan while preventing fingers or objects from passing; to allow people to talk to somebody, while preventing attack.
  • 2) A device comprising a source of radiant heat and a means of holding food near it, to cook it; a barbecue; a griddle.
  • 3) harm
  • 4) On a vehicle, a slotted cover as above, to protect and hide the radiator, while admitting air to cool it.
  • 5) colloquial A type of jewelry worn on the front teeth; by extension, the front teeth regarded collectively.
  • 6) An informal restaurant or a room in a restaurant where grilled foods are served.
  • 7) A series of marks grilled or embossed on a surface.
  • 8) A cooking surface of parallel metal bars; a gridiron.
  • 9) Food cooked by broiling or grilling.
  • 10) A grillroom.
  • 11) That which is broiled on a gridiron, as meat, fish, etc.
  • 12) A gridiron.
  • 13) A figure of crossed bars with interstices, such as those sometimes impressed upon postage stamps.
  • 14) A grated utensil for broiling meat, etc., over a fire; a gridiron.
  • 15) Faint and short white lines or cross-bars on some flat surfaces of engraving.
  • 16) Harm.
  • 17) In electricity, the grid of a storage cell.
  • 18) harsh, rough, severe; cruel
  • 19) To cook food on a grill; to barbecue.
  • 20) transitive To terrify; make tremble.
  • 21) transitive, Scotland, US To make angry; provoke.
  • 22) Australia, New Zealand, UK To cook food under the element of a stove or only under the top element of an oven - (US) broil.
  • 23) intransitive, Northern England, Scotland To snarl; snap.
  • 24) intransitive To tremble; shiver.
  • 25) colloquial To interrogate; to question aggressively or harshly.
  • 26) cook over a grill
  • 27) examine thoroughly
  • 28) Tosnarl;snap.
  • 29) To tremble; shiver.
  • 30) To broil on or as on a grill or gridiron.
  • 31) To undergo broiling; be in a broil.
  • 32) To terrify; cause to tremble.
  • 33) To mark or stamp with a series of parallel lines like a grill; specifically, in line-engraving, to break up (a too flat surface) with short bars of faint white lines sometimes crossed at right angles, as may be seen in some forms of postage-stamps.
  • 34) Harsh; rough; severe; cruel.
  • 35) Tomakeangry;provoke.
  • 36) To snarl; snap.
  • 37) Totremble;shiver.
  • 38) To make angry; provoke.
  • 39) To undergo the process of being grilled, or broiled; to broil.
  • 40) To mark or emboss with a gridiron.
  • 41) Informal To question relentlessly; cross-examine.
  • 42) To torture or afflict as if by broiling.
  • 43) To broil on a gridiron.
  • 44) To stamp or mark with a grill.
  • 45) To torment, as if by broiling.
  • 46) To broil on a grill or gridiron.

Examples

  • 1) First he took the radiator grille and plonked it on one side.
  • 2) With the chrome grille and twin exhausts it looks muscular and purposeful.
  • 3) And the little red stripe across the radiator grille.
  • 4) The new hatch gets a slim chrome grille with aircraft wings.
  • 5) The crowd outside pressed against the metal grille.
  • 6) The instantly recognisable chrome mesh grille sits slightly lower but more upright to make the bonnet seem longer.
  • 7) The square of metal grille is speckled with paint of a colour it was once but is no longer supposed to be.
  • 8) The tweaks include new shapes for the front and rear lights, bumper and front grille.
  • 9) Can't you just imagine the shape of a radiator grille superimposed.
  • 10) Why don't they just put up a metal grille?
  • 11) Over the window of the ground-floor flat is a large metal grille.
  • 12) Its eye-catching chrome grille will look a winner when the car goes on sale at the end of the year.
  • 13) Neat features include a dashboard echoing the shape of the front grille, while the trim and finish are much improved.
  • 14) The mild makeover has given the face a hint more edge, with chrome mesh grille and lower mesh spoiler with fog lamps.
  • 15) As well it should have been because it was a Ford Mondeo with a fancy radiator grille and a bigger price.
  • 16) Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. The main grille is larger, and the entire front of the car is more ventilated to provide cooling for brakes and the front Haldex differential.
  • 17) Also, the radiator grille is now composed of a closed, self-contained element inspired by the air intake scoop on the classic Mini.
  • 18) Opaque purple-colored, it offers a superb aromatic array of pain grille, pencil lead, spice box, black cherry, plum, and blueberry.
  • 19) The grille was a slim grimace, and the nose a triangle, curved at the corners like a billiard-ball rack.
  • 20) Perched on top of the grille was a hood ornament the likes of which he had never seen before.
  • 21) More boomings came shortly from a source Weaver finally identified as a grille over the control panels.
  • 22) A fine bronze grille, which is, like the gates, of English workmanship, preserves the founder's tomb from injury.
  • 23) Close to 200 people squeezed into the back room at Brion's grille, which is a stones throw away from George Mason University.
  • 24) Joining the left and right sides of the grille are the newly developed bi-xenon headlights with integrated LED indicator lights and LED cornering lights.
  • 25) ‘At least 11 of the 15 small shops surrounding the square are barricaded with graffiti-covered metal grilles.’
  • 26) ‘The windows were covered with a lattice of thick metal grilles, and the doors were of reinforced steel.’
  • 27) ‘And although the cost of replacing the six large windows will be met by insurance, vicar Paul Wilson has decided to have metal grilles installed over the new windows to protect them.’
  • 28) ‘Some are so fearful of intruders their doors are protected by extra security grilles and Mrs Cooper's house had its own security camera.’
  • 29) ‘It's the sort of place where you have carriage lights around the doors and security grilles on the windows.’

Examples

  • 1) Place under medium grill to cook top until set.
  • 2) Set the grill to its hottest setting.
  • 3) Season the fish with salt and slide them under the hot grill.
  • 4) Sprinkle the cheese on the other side and grill until golden.
  • 5) Put the croutons on a baking sheet and grill on one side.
  • 6) grill each side of the toast on the griddle pan until fragrant and stripy.
  • 7) Meanwhile, heat the grill to hot.
  • 8) Place the pan under the hot grill for 3-4 minutes until the egg is set and the cheese is bubbling.
  • 9) Heat the grill to medium-high.
  • 10) Remove from the grill and set aside.
  • 11) It boasts a rooftop restaurant and beachfront grill.
  • 12) These are then absorbed by any other food on the grill.
  • 13) This is their theatrical way of grilling fish.
  • 14) Put under a grill and heat until brown.
  • 15) Toast cut side up under a hot grill until golden.
  • 16) Return to the grill and cook until the cheese is just beginning to bubble.
  • 17) Season the steak and grill either side until cooked to your liking.
  • 18) Place mackerel on a baking tray and grill for four minutes.
  • 19) Preheat your grill setting in your oven.
  • 20) Place food on the grill over the tray and close the lid while cooking.
  • 21) Rub it over the fish and grill it for four or five minutes.
  • 22) Spread on top of the meat and brown under a hot grill.
  • 23) Put the toast back under the grill and cook until the cheese bubbles.
  • 24) Return the top grill and place chicken on it as far from the coals as possible.
  • 25) grill the sliced brioche on one side.
  • 26) Place it under a grill set to a medium heat until the top is set.
  • 27) After the police grilling he was so shaken that he could barely bring himself to leave his flat.
  • 28) He said that he hoped to secure consent to turn part of the ground floor into a pub and grill restaurant.
  • 29) There is meat from the grill as well as Swiss specialities.
  • 30) Turn the fillets over and grill for another minute, or until cooked through.
  • 31) An independent family-run restaurant grilling steaks over open charcoal.
  • 32) Last night Manchester police were grilling a man aged 20 arrested on suspicion of murder.
  • 33) When the grill is at its hottest, carefully (and quickly) place the fish onto the grill ..
  • 34) If a grill is available, a couple of nice sirloin steaks or burger.
  • 35) The steak on the grill is at least as appealing as the veal dish that took all afternoon to put together.
  • 36) A whole fish cooked on the grill is a stalwart dish in Greek cuisine.
  • 37) Yes, the kind with the element or gas flame, though I've never used one of those above is what we call a grill here in the UK.
  • 38) KING: No.J. LENO: I used to work at a, well, like at Howard J.hnson's, they would give you, like, a frozen patty, and then the guy would give you what they called grill chalk.
  • 39) ‘Scatter over the breadcrumbs and place under a hot grill, a good few inches from the heat, until golden.’
  • 40) ‘Depending on the heat of your grill, this will take 7-10 minutes.’
  • 41) ‘Return the peppers to the grill pan and sprinkle with the Parmesan cheese.’
  • 42) ‘Brushing the kebabs with olive oil, I stick them under the grill and start preparing the salad.’
  • 43) ‘Put the sardines into a small ovenproof dish and place under the grill till they sizzle - it will take around five minutes.’
  • 44) ‘The entrance led past an open kitchen with a vast wood burning oven and open charcoal grills.’
  • 45) ‘There were few people at the moment, but there were barbecue pits with picnic tables and four large covered areas with huge open grills and rows of tables.’
  • 46) ‘grill small sardines on the open grill and serve with a twist of lemon and a healthy shake of freshly ground black pepper.’
  • 47) ‘If using a charcoal grill, preheat it to medium.’
  • 48) ‘The weather was good as the steaks sizzled away on the giant barbeque grills along side baked jacket potatoes.’
  • 49) ‘An elegant fusion of Asian and Western elements in the design extends to the dishes - noodles, pasta, tempura, grills and rotisserie - on offer throughout the day and evening.’
  • 50) ‘The bar menu sounded fine with all the usual pub grub favourites including steak pie, grills and fish dishes, but we decided to go for the extra elbow room in the restaurant.’
  • 51) ‘Their tasty South East Asian fare includes noodles, grills, steamed fish and salads, and diners get to sit on communal benches where the quick turnover suits those with little time.’
  • 52) ‘But hoummos has another, second life as an accompaniment to simple grills, served on the side in the same way that you would serve mashed potato or a parsnip purée.’
  • 53) ‘We had a lovely night and the mixed grill and steak pie were lovely.’
  • 54) ‘The local Indian restaurant has become a grill room, with South African and Australian flags outside.’
  • 55) ‘There's an authentic 1930's cocktail bar, a delightful, parasol-covered garden café and an elegant grill room beneath the spectacular cupola, with mosaic floors and stained glass windows.’
  • 56) ‘Very friendly front-of-house, nice bar area and both the grill and the restaurant offer pretty views of a windy forecourt between four skyscrapers.’
  • 57) ‘The 7,200-square-foot clubhouse includes a golf shop, dining and grill rooms overlooking the picturesque golf course, banquet facilities, and complete men's and women's locker rooms.’
  • 58) ‘There's also the need for food, whether it's a burger from the beach grill or a fancy upscale restaurant.’
  • 59) ‘You can also prepare meals in a more healthy way, for example baking or grilling foods instead of frying.’
  • 60) ‘To grill bell peppers, rinse them and cut them in half lengthwise; then discard stems and seeds.’
  • 61) ‘They were intending to grill a burger or two when Mary realized that neither of them had any means of lighting the coals.’
  • 62) ‘Josh let her in and they walked out the back door to where Matt was attempting to grill steaks.’
  • 63) ‘The men were drinking beer and grilling sausages on gas-fired barbecues.’
  • 64) ‘The lone server at the counter is welcoming, makes suggestions, and easily takes our order, makes the juices and grills our sandwiches inside four minutes.’
  • 65) ‘The thick pork was nicely grilled, yet the mustard taste came only from a mustard dressing smeared on top.’
  • 66) ‘So, once everything is mixed together, grill the burgers and bacon.’
  • 67) ‘Piri-piri sauce, usually used as a marinade, is fiery and oily, which makes it perfect for roasted or grilled meats.’
  • 68) ‘Delicious, light and airy ciabatta bread was lightly grilled and spread with aioli.’
  • 69) ‘Roasted and ground to a paste, they make the famous satay sauce for meat grilled on skewers.’
  • 70) ‘The chicken is then grilled and the marinade is heated and poured over it.’
  • 71) ‘Then there's roast turkey, prime rib, or grilled steak for dinner.’
  • 72) ‘Braised kidneys are liked in France, and kidneys grilled on skewers are popular in the Near and Middle East.’
  • 73) ‘Split the muffins and lightly grill the insides only.’
  • 74) ‘Small tasty dishes such as grilled aubergine, peppers and courgettes or bruschetta are there to get your stomach interested.’
  • 75) ‘If I want something light I have the freshly grilled tuna with vegetables.’
  • 76) ‘Hey, what do you think about grilling some chicken on the barbecue for dinner?’
  • 77) ‘I think it had been brushed with butter, well seasoned, then grilled.’
  • 78) ‘Fish is boiled or grilled over open fires and eaten by hand.’
  • 79) ‘I went in to ask them questions, and they ended up grilling me for about six hours.’
  • 80) ‘Analysts have taken a mischievous delight in grilling him at meetings; he cannot hide his irritation at being asked questions he would rather not answer.’
  • 81) ‘John then began grilling him about how many employers had been indicted in Southern California for hiring illegals.’
  • 82) ‘They had started grilling him at 2.45 pm but it was not until long after sunset that the prosecutors played what they saw as their master card.’
  • 83) ‘My mom took to grilling me almost daily on my plans and goals.’
  • 84) ‘Simon, my husband, was baby-sitting and when he grilled me on my return, I admitted my date hadn't been Jill.’
  • 85) ‘He was grilled by students, parents, teachers and children opposed to his flagship university policy.’
  • 86) ‘A search warrant was produced while he was ushered into the living room where he was grilled for 15 minutes.’
  • 87) ‘He was grilled in the witness box for 15 days by the prosecution and defence barristers.’
  • 88) ‘Every time I come home from school, they grill me about what I learned that day.’
  • 89) ‘It turned out to be an excuse to stand in the kitchen for fifteen minutes and grill me about mine and Lisa's wedding plans.’
  • 90) ‘She's been grilling me about what happened last Saturday with Owen, as if anything's going to happen, for hours now.’
  • 91) ‘Joe was full of interest in me, but I almost felt like he was grilling me for some weird reason, digging for something.’
  • 92) ‘You tell me you're coming over to talk to Tom, but then the two of you wind up grilling me on my wedding plans.’
  • 93) ‘Knowing Jen the way I do she'll probably grill me until I tell her everything.’
  • 94) ‘She was waiting at the door when we came around the corner ready to grill us.’
  • 95) ‘I spent the entire flight reading serious magazines like Newsweek to try and fill my mind with stuff he might grill me on.’
  • 96) ‘The group gathered round, not yet decided as to whether they were going to thank him for the free holidays or grill him for information.’
  • 97) ‘I was basically grilled for an hour and a half rather than interviewed.’
  • 98) ‘Earlier this month, defence officials were grilled for seven hours by members of the committee.’
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