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grease in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgreasegrease1 /ɡriːs/ noun [uncountable]  1 DFCa fatty or oily substance that comes off meat when it is cooked, or off food made using butter or oil2 TDa thick oily substance that is put on the moving parts of a car, machine etc to make it run or move smoothly3 an oily substance that is produced by your skin elbow grease at elbow1(3)
Examples from the Corpus
greaseClass B for flammable liquids like gasoline, oil, and grease.During everyday wear and tear, the carpet pile becomes coated with airborne oils and grease from footwear and pets.There should not be any grease in the front wheel bearings, they are lubricated with the oil in the swivel housings.bacon greaseSunflower and grapeseed varieties are light and therefore particularly good for frying, leaving food crisp and free from grease.Of jaundiced varnish, wood-smoke, grease, candle-wax, cigarette smoke and fly-shit.I have been told by the previous owner that he filled the hubs with grease instead of oil.Brush the paper lightly with grease. 1 Brush the edges of the basin well with grease.