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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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42 percent of men prefer a spicy sauce on their grilled meats vs.
With home chefs constantly in search of tasty alternatives to make meals more meaningful, McMann says MLF's biggest grilled success stories are centering on processed duck parts, "particularly fully cooked, value-added items such as our rotisserie half duck and rotisserie duck breast.
Even as Mericans grow more accustomed to preparing their entrees on the grill, NPD found that only 7 percent of grilled meals include a grilled side dish.
We've never seen any of the cancer-causing compounds in grilled vegetables or fruits because the chemical precursors just aren't there," says Lawrence Livermore's James Felton.
McDonald's has ruined its grilled chicken sandwich," writes NAH reader Mrs.
That's also why grilled fatty meats like pork ribs contain more PAHs than leaner cuts.