English version

grate in Cooking topic

grategrate2 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [transitive]DFC to rub cheese, vegetables etc against a rough or sharp surface in order to break them into small pieces πŸ”Š grated cheese πŸ”Š Peel and grate the potatoes.β–Ί see thesaurus at cut2 [transitive] written to talk in a low rough voice β†’ hiss πŸ”Š β€˜Let me go, ’ he grated harshly.3 [intransitive]ANNOY to annoy someonegrate on πŸ”Š Mr Fen had a loud voice that grated on her ears.4 [intransitive, transitive]SOUND to make an unpleasant sound by rubbing, or to make something do this πŸ”Š The stones beneath her shoes grated harshly.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
grateβ€’ The Parmesan cheese was freshly grated.β€’ Cool on a wire rack, then cut in two horizontally. 4 To make filling, finely grate orange.β€’ I always like to grate some cheese over the potatoes before serving them.β€’ Drain well. 3 Peel and roughly grate the carrots.β€’ She started to grate the cheese.β€’ Although their characters grate, the performances almost always please.