UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɡrɪld/

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. grilled to perfection
  2. grilled [steak, salmon, shrimp, chicken]
  3. do you want your [steak] fried or grilled?
  4. an entree of grilled [steak]
  5. have a grilled cheese sandwich
  6. with grilled onions (on top)
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a [gas, propane, charcoal, portable] grill
  2. an [indoor, outdoor, electric] grill
  3. throw some [burgers, brats] on the grill
  4. [turn, flip] the burgers on the grill
  5. fire up the grill
  6. get the grill fired up
  7. light the grill
  8. turn the grill [up, down, on, off]
  9. turn [up] the grill
  10. use the grill for the first time this summer
  11. change the grill's gas
  12. cook [corn, kebabs, steak] on the grill
  13. cook on the grill for [ten, fifteen] minutes
  14. be careful, the grill is hot
  15. am going to go check (on) the grill
  16. a grill with (a) [rotisserie, removable hood]
  17. eat at a [Mexican, Texas] grill
  18. the [car's, truck's] grill
  19. the car has a chrome grill
  1. grill (the) [chicken, meat, sausages, eggplants, tomatoes]
  2. grill a [hamburger, steak, kebab]
  3. grill (it) on a [high, low, medium] flame
  4. grill on a [high] heat
  5. grill on [high] for [five minutes, until]
  6. grill over a [high] heat
  7. grill on both sides
  8. grill on a [rotisserie, spit, raclette]
  9. grill (it) until [tender, crispy, crunchy, done, golden]
  10. the [boss, manager, lawyer, police] grilled him
  11. grilled [his son, the students, the workers, the witness, the players]
  12. grill him on [math, economics, his story]
n as adj
  1. grill [tongs, accessories, forks]
  2. the grill [flames, settings, temperature]
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