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grill in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrillgrill1 /ɡrɪl/ ●●● S3 W3 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]DFC if you grill something, or if it grills, you cook it by putting it on a flat metal frame with bars across it, above or below strong direct heat syn barbecue Grill the bacon until crisp. swordfish grilled over charcoalsee thesaurus at cook2 [transitive]ASK A QUESTION to ask someone a lot of questions about something syn questiongrill somebody about/on something She never grilled her husband about his work.→ See Verb table
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grillI grilled a man called George Evans, the managing director of their operations here on the Continent.Hilda's teacher gave her a real grilling about why she'd missed so many classes.Maxine started grilling me on why I'd been spending so much time alone.Turn and grill on other side for 3 to 5 minutes.The chicken is grilled over an open flame.She then grilled Smith about how he received the bruises and rib injury.I stood in the hall and listened as the interviewers grilled the next candidate.Fry or grill the steaks in their own juices until they are cooked through and golden brown. 2.In short, we must stop grilling them with little questions.I catch fish when I can't stand it any longer and grill them.We grilled things for them and fried wings.