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barbecue in Outdoor topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_018_abarbecuebar‧be‧cue1 (also barbeque American English) /ˈbɑːbɪkjuː $ ˈbɑːr-/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  1 DLO (written abbreviation BBQ) a meal or party during which food is cooked on a metal frame over a fire and eaten outdoors We had a barbecue on the beach.2 barbecue.jpg DFUDLOa metal frame for cooking food on outdoors
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barbecueWhen we got to the end we had a barbecue and were tested on the Country Code.If the weather's nice we'll have a barbecue.These include welcome cocktails, a pizza and punch party, a beachside barbecue and farewell meal.Her birthday fell on a Sunday and Sandra was having a big barbecue lunch party.Others travelled north to Kioni, then Vassiliki, running downwind to Leone - all arrived in time for the evening barbecue.The factory's main product is intended to be peat briquettes and charcoal for barbecue fuel.It was the day after the barbecue and Sara was reminded that it was here yesterday she had met Matthew.I'll get some burgers and ribs for the barbecue.Memorial Day becomes the grand opening of the barbecue season.had a barbecueThe crew salvaged some food and had a barbecue on which they grilled fish and birds using timber from the boat.The neighbors had a barbecue Saturday night.When we got to the end we had a barbecue and were tested on the Country Code.