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grater

noun [C]  /ˈɡreɪ·t̬ər/ us  

grater noun [C] (COOKING)

a metal device with holes surrounded by sharp edges, used to cut food into small pieces: a cheese grater
Translations of “grater”
in Korean 강판…
in Arabic مِبْشَرة…
in Portuguese ralador…
in Catalan ratlladora…
in Japanese おろし金, おろし器…
in Italian grattugia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用來粉碎食物的)磨碎器,擦子…
in Russian терка…
in Turkish rende…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用来粉碎食物的)磨碎器,擦子…
in Polish tarka…
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