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grill

verb [T]  /ɡrɪl/ us  

grill verb [T] (COOK)

to cook something on a frame of metal bars, usually over a gas or coal fire: We love to grill outside and eat on the back porch in the summer.

grill verb [T] (QUESTION)

to ask someone a lot of questions for a long time: After being grilled by the police for eight hours, Johnson signed a confession.

grill

noun [C]  /ɡrɪl/ us  

grill noun [C] (COOKING)

a frame of metal bars on which food is cooked over a fire
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