Definição de 'grille'

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First he took the radiator grille and plonked it on one side. The Sun (2007)With the chrome grille and twin exhausts it looks muscular and purposeful. The Sun (2015)And the little red stripe across the radiator grille. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The new hatch gets a slim chrome grille with aircraft wings. The Sun (2012)The crowd outside pressed against the metal grille. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The instantly recognisable chrome mesh grille sits slightly lower but more upright to make the bonnet seem longer. The Sun (2010)The square of metal grille is speckled with paint of a colour it was once but is no longer supposed to be. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The tweaks include new shapes for the front and rear lights, bumper and front grille. The Sun (2009)Can't you just imagine the shape of a radiator grille superimposed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why don't they just put up a metal grille? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Over the window of the ground-floor flat is a large metal grille. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Its eye-catching chrome grille will look a winner when the car goes on sale at the end of the year. The Sun (2014)Neat features include a dashboard echoing the shape of the front grille, while the trim and finish are much improved. The Sun (2010)The mild makeover has given the face a hint more edge, with chrome mesh grille and lower mesh spoiler with fog lamps. The Sun (2008)As well it should have been because it was a Ford Mondeo with a fancy radiator grille and a bigger price. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Traduções de grille

Inglês Britânico: grille NOUN
A grille is a framework of metal bars or wire which is placed in front of a window or a piece of machinery, in order to protect it or to protect people.
The single window was protected by a rusted iron grille.
  • Inglês Americano: grille
  • Português Brasileiro: grade
  • Chinês: 金属栅栏
  • Espanhol Europeu: rejilla
  • Francês: grille
  • Alemão: Gitter
  • Italiano: grata
  • Japonês: 鉄格子
  • Coreano: 방범창
  • Português Europeu: grade
  • Espanhol: rejilla

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