Definition of 'barbecue'
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Wait until the first dry, sunny Saturday and deliver and set up in time for the barbecue. SOMEBODY (2002)As Neil broke the surface of the lagoon and swam towards the beach the two women were waiting for him beside the barbecue. RUSHING TO PARADISE (2002)Once they got to the barbecue, however, Rachel lost her protection. GALILEE (2002)
There Brandon grabbed an armload of chopped firewood from his never-ending stack and threw several branches into the barbecue grill. KISS OF THE BEES (2002)
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Translations for 'barbecue'
British English: barbecue /ˈbɑːbɪˌkjuː/ NOUN
A barbecue is a grill used to cook food outdoors.
- American English: outdoor grill
- Arabic: مِشْوَاةٌ لِلَحْمِ في الهَوَاءِ الطَّلْق
- Brazilian Portuguese: churrasco
- Chinese: 烧烤
- Croatian: roštilj
- Czech: gril venkovní
- Danish: barbecue
- Dutch: barbecue
- European Spanish: barbacoa
- Finnish: grilli- tai puutarhakutsut
- French: barbecue
- German: Grill
- Greek: μπάρμπεκιου
- Italian: griglia
- Japanese: バーベキュー
- Korean: 바비큐
- Norwegian: grill
- Polish: grill
- European Portuguese: churrasco
- Romanian: grătar
- Russian: барбекю
- Spanish: barbacoa
- Swedish: grill
- Thai: บาร์บีคิว
- Turkish: barbekü
- Ukrainian: барбекю
- Vietnamese: bếp nướng ngoài trời
British English: barbecue VERB
If you barbecue food, especially meat, you cook it on a barbecue.
Tuna can be grilled, fried, or barbecued.
Definition of barbecue from the Collins English Dictionary
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