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broilverb [T]

uk   us   /brɔɪl/ US (UK grill)
to ​cook something under a very ​hotsurface in a : I'll broil the ​baconrather than ​fry it.
(Definition of broil from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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broilverb [T]

 us   /brɔɪl/
to ​cook something with the ​heat coming from ​directly above or below it: Broil the ​steak for five ​minutes.
(Definition of broil from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “broil”
in Korean 굽다…
in Arabic يَشوي…
in Malaysian panggang…
in French (faire) griller…
in Russian жарить на огне…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燒烤,烤制…
in Italian cuocere alla griglia/ai ferri…
in Turkish direk ateşte pişirmek, ızgarada pişirmek…
in Polish piec, opiekać…
in Spanish asar a la parrilla…
in Vietnamese nướng (thịt)…
in Portuguese grelhar…
in Thai ย่าง…
in German grillen…
in Catalan fer a la graella…
in Japanese (グリルで)~を焼く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烧烤,烤制…
in Indonesian memanggang…
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