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grate

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡreɪt/
a metal structure for holding the wood or coal in a fireplaceThe fireplace and parts of the fireplace
Translations of “grate”
in Vietnamese ghi lò…
in Spanish rejilla…
in Thai ตะแกรง…
in Malaysian besi pengadang…
in French grille (de foyer)…
in German das Gitter…
in Chinese (Traditional) (壁爐上的)金屬爐架,爐箅…
in Indonesian kisi-kisi perapian…
in Russian (каминная) решетка…
in Turkish ocak/şömine ızgarası…
in Chinese (Simplified) (壁炉上的)金属炉架,炉箅…
in Polish palenisko…
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