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grill (someone) (about something)

To question or interrogate someone intensely and relentlessly (about something). I wish my parents would stop grilling me about where I go with my friends at night! You're going to have to grill Janet if you want any answers about her spending habits.
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grill

n. face; front teeth. Ain’t you getting your grill a little close to my grill?
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And while men still make more of the grill buying decisions, more women are getting interested in grilling, a fact that savvy marketers are honing in on.
To prevent the fish from sticking, start with a clean grate, a grill preheated to 500 degrees F (high heat) and fish oiled all over.
There was a day when a grill was strictly for the backyard barbecue, and you would not see a sophisticated chef using one.
The newest one, the Next Grilleration (with removable, dishwasher-safe grill plates, variable temperature control, electronic timer), has sold 500,000 since it was introduced last fall and is currently the top-selling electric kitchen appliance in the U.
Gas grill users tend to grill more year-round than charcoal grill users.
25) referred to in my 1999 Zen Grill review as more like ``tuna rice bungalows'' hasn't changed any, still being rather flat and uninteresting.
The grill is targeted at the firm's existing retail accounts, which include upscale specialty stores and department stores.
A grill pan, sandwich press or panini pan are other equipment options).
You don't need a $4,000 oven or a fancy rotisserie grill - just a spatula and a good frying pan and a little creativity - to make a burger,'' says Bloom.