To torment, as if by broiling.
To undergo the process of being grilled, or broiled; to broil.
A grill is made up of an electrical element or elements and which can be used for grilling, browning and warming foods. It can be situated in the main cavity of the oven or can also come as a separate feature in the form of a double oven.
In the UK, the same as US broiler; in the US, a device for cooking food over a charcoal or gas fire.
A figure of crossed bars with interstices, such as those sometimes impressed upon postage stamps.
To stamp or mark with a grill.
1.) a device with a waffle-like pattern of parallel rows of raised points that is used to break the paper fiber of stamps 2.) the waffle-like pattern of raised, broken points on a stamp, created by a grilling device. Certain 19th century stamps were grilled as a security device. By breaking the fibers of a stamp's paper it was hoped to make the ink used in cancellations more completely absorbed and thus harder to wash out.
a security measure applied to US stamps to prevent their reuse
a mouthpiece that fits over the teeth
a removable mouthpiece that covers the teeth with gold, platinum, silver, and jeweled inlays
In Hip hop culture, the term grills refers to cosmetic dental metal apparatus featuring silver, gold, or platinum caps with diamond inlays (usually princess-cut diamonds) jewelled to be worn over the teeth. Grills rose to prominence with Dirty South rappers in the 2000s as a symbol of their wealth and success, but earlier rappers such as Big Daddy Kane, Flavor Flav, and Kool G. Rap also wore them.