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charbroil

Line breaks: char|broil
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃɑːbrɔɪl
 
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Definition of charbroil in English:

verb

[with object] North American
Grill (food, especially meat) on a rack over charcoal: charbroiled steak
More example sentences
  • I keep reading that charbroiled meat is bad for you.
  • We received our food in good time, but my steak was charbroiled, which it shouldn't be for being medium.
  • The familiar blue A-frame roof remains, but there are also touches more conducive to evening dining, including softer lighting and new menu items such as portobello pot roast and charbroiled Atlantic salmon.

Origin

1950s: blend of charcoal and broil1.

Words that rhyme with charbroil

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