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  • 21broil — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. cook, grill, charbroil; fret, stew. See heat, resentment. n. brawl, riot. See contention. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. grill, sear, barbecue; see cook . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. flame broil, sear …

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  • 22broil — broil1 verb N. Amer. 1》 cook (meat or fish) by exposure to direct heat. 2》 become very hot, especially from the sun. Origin ME: from OFr. bruler to burn , of unknown origin. broil2 noun archaic a quarrel or a commotion. Origin C16: from obs.… …

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  • 23broil — verb broil the lamb chops Syn: grill, toast, barbecue; cook …

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  • 24broil — 1. v. esp. US 1 tr. cook (meat) on a rack or a gridiron. 2 tr. & intr. make or become very hot, esp. from the sun. Etymology: ME f. OF bruler burn f. Rmc 2. n. a row; a tumult. Etymology: obs. broil to muddle: cf. EMBROIL …

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  • 25broil — 1. verb a) To cook by direct, radiant heat. b) To expose to great heat. 2. noun a) Food prepared by broiling. So, I am safe emerged from these broils! / Amid the wreck of thousa …

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  • 26Broil — Breuel …

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  • 27broil — v. (C) he broiled a few steaks for us; or: he broiled us a few steaks * * * [brɔɪl] or: he broiled us a few steaks (C) he broiled a few steaks for us …

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  • 28broil — brɔɪl n. quarrel, dispute, brawl, row v. cook by direct heat, roast, grill; be grilled or roasted; burn …

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  • 29broil — n. Affray, fray, quarrel, contention, feud. See brawl …

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  • 30broil — verb (T) AmE to cook something under direct heat, or over a flame on a barbecue 1 (1); grill 1 (1) BrE: broiled chicken …

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  • 31broil — I v 1. grill, toast, barbecue, cook, heat, warm, roast, sear, toast, fry, griddle. 2. warm, heat, parch, burn, singe, sear, blister. II n 1. quarrel, dispute, altercation, wrangle, embroilment, brouhaha; rumpus, uproar, tumult, outbreak,… …

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  • 32broil — [brɔɪl] verb [I/T] American to grill food …

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  • 33broil — I. /brɔɪl / (say broyl) verb (t) 1. to cook by direct radiant heat, as on a gridiron or griller, or under an electric coil, gas grill or the like; grill. 2. to scorch; make very hot: *His face had a broiled look. –thomas keneally, 1967. –verb (i) …

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  • 34broil —   Pūlehu (on coals); lāwalu (in leaves); alehu, kō ala, kunu, ōlani, pālaha, ōhinu, pāki i …

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  • 35broil — жарить на открытом огне …

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  • 36broil´ing|ly — broil|ing «BROY lihng», adjective. scorching; very hot. –broil´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 37broil|ing — «BROY lihng», adjective. scorching; very hot. –broil´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 38London Broil — is a beef based food dish usually made by broiling or grilling marinated flank or round steak and then cutting it against the grain into thin strips. Although many butchers will label a cut of meat London Broil , the term does not refer to a… …

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  • 39oven broil — verb cook under a broiler broil fish • Syn: ↑broil • Derivationally related forms: ↑broil (for: ↑broil), ↑broiler (for: ↑ …

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  • 40pan-broil — verb broil in a pan • Topics: ↑cooking, ↑cookery, ↑preparation • Hypernyms: ↑broil, ↑oven broil • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …

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