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- To reduce to fragments, shreds, or powder by rubbing against an abrasive area.
- resulting in to produce a harsh grinding or rasping sound through rubbing: grated the woman teeth in anger.
- To aggravate or annoy persistently.
- Archaic To wipe or put on away.
- To equip with a grate.
- To provide with grates; to protect with a grating or crossbars.
- To rub approximately or harshly, as you human body against another, causing a harsh noise; ; to create (a harsh sound) by massaging.
- to cut back to little particles by rubbing with any such thing harsh or indented.
- To stress; to aggravate; to upset.
- In order to make a harsh rasping sound by or like by scraping or grinding.
- To cause discomfort or annoyance: a noise that grates on one's nerves.
- to create a harsh noise by rubbing.
- to make the end result of rubbing with a tough harsh material; to cause wearing, ripping, or bruising. Hence; to make exasperation, pain, or grief; to offend by oppression or importunity.
- A harsh rasping noise created by scraping or massaging: the grate of a vital in a lock.
- A framework of parallel or latticed taverns for preventing an opening.
- A framework of material bars always hold gas or meals in a stove, furnace, or fireplace.
- A fireplace.
- A perforated metal dish or display screen for sieving and grading crushed ore.
- A horizontal metal grille through which water, ash, or small things can fall, while larger items cannot.
- A structure or framework containing parallel or crosed pubs, with interstices; a type of latticework, including is used ia the windows of prisons and cloisters.
- A-frame or bed, or types of container, of metal pubs, for holding gas while burning up.
- A grater.
- A partition created using taverns parallel to or crossing each other; a framework of taverns in a door, screen, hatchway, or other orifice.
- A-frame of material bars for which gas is burned, especially coal.
- The floor of a fire-box or furnace, created of a set or selection of taverns; the base of a furnace, which the gas rests, and through which its supplied with environment.
- In metallurgy: A perforated metal plate used in the stamping of ores, whereby the pounded ore passes.
- A screen.
- An ore-roasting furnace with a grate revolving horizontally.
- a harsh rasping sound created by scraping anything
- a barrier that features parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air
- a frame of metal bars to keep a fire
- To shred things, frequently foodstuffs, by massaging across a grater.
- To scrub against, making a (usually unpleasant) squeaking noise.
- To grate on one’s nerves; to aggravate or annoy.
- make a grating or milling noise by rubbing collectively
- gnaw into; make resentful or angry
- scrape over and over repeatedly
- reduce to little shreds or pulverize by rubbing against a rough or razor-sharp perforated area
- furnish with a grate
- Serving to gratify; agreeable.
- To rub collectively or against strongly in order to produce a harsh scraping noise: because, to grate tooth.
- To reduce to tiny particles by massaging or rasping with something harsh or indented: as, to grate a nutmeg or the peel of a lemon.
- To impact harshly and painfully, as if by abrasion; fret.
- to create a harsh or jarring sound of, as because of the friction of harsh bodies.
- To scratch or clean with; use for attrition or scratching.
- to help make a harsh or rasping noise by friction or attrition; give fully out a scraping sound.
- to create a harsh impression; trigger discomfort or chafing.
- To furnish with a grate or grates; fill out with cross-bars: since, to grate a window.
- pleasing; agreeable.