grill (someone) (about something)

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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.
See also: grill

grill

n. face; front teeth. Ain’t you getting your grill a little close to my grill?
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LongHorn Steakhouse announced the LongHorn Grill Us Hotline is open from 2 to 7 p.
He said: "I think there was some mischief making going on with the reports saying he was only here to grill us about Wednesday.
We were told they would really grill us and we were totally prepared for that.
The crook even demanded that we turn up in court, so that his lawyers could grill us on the evidence against his disgusting operation.
We probably did (our presentation) four times before our entire faculty and had them grill us with questions.