Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Grate"

The meaning of "Grate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I can't understand this joke. what means "grate"?

Donald Trump wants to ban the sale of pre-shredded cheese. – He wants to make America grate again. mean?
A: A "grate" is an object used to shred foods into fine pieces.
So in this joke, Donald Trump wants to make America "grate" again by banning pre-shredded cheese so that people would need to use a "cheese grater"
Q: What does It grates on mean?
A: It means to 1.
reduce (food) to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater.
Q: What does grate and grateful mean?
A: Yes, they have different meanings. "Grate" can mean rub off in a negative way and, in a literal sense, the kitchen utensil to shred cheese.
Q: What does You are a grate person. (can you explain in korea or simple english??) mean?
A: you are a great person = 너는 진짜 좋은 사람이다, 너는 대단한 사람이다, 너는 훌륭한 사람이다 를 의미합니다 :)
Q: What does grate on me mean?
A: I think it's like "get on my nerves" or "annoy me"

Example sentences using "Grate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with grate.
A: Grate is something in the ground. Great is something really good. Grate is also a verb used when talking about cooking. I grated the cheese. Or a grater. I will supply pictures. One second.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "to grate".
A: She grated her teeth against each other.
The chef grated the cheese into the pasta.

Synonyms of "Grate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between grate and gridiron/grid and grill ?
A: A grate is in front of a fireplace or covering a drainage pipe. I don't really know what a gridiron is. (I think it's regional.) A grill is only for cooking, usually outside. If the bars are over something else, it is grille.
Q: What is the difference between grate and mesh ?
A: Grates are flat metal objects with large holes that are used to cover up vents or hold logs in fireplaces etc.

Mesh is a thin and tensile metal with small holes, which is used in things like sieves (used for draining water out of food). Mesh can also be a lightweight fabric with small holes in it.
Q: What is the difference between it's been grate being here. and it's grate being here. ?
A: 'It's been great being here' means you are just about to leave. 'It's great being here' means you are in the middle of your stay. It is quite casual language (for friends)

Translations of "Grate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grate
A: would you be interested in talking with me to improve my English?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grate
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Grate"

Q: grate the orange before eating it because you can't eat the orange's skin does this sound natural?
A: Correct.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce great and grate.
A: They are both pronounced the same way.
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZPKSbOnt04]
(I'm sorry that I can't send you an audio file, I'm writing this from my workplace lol)
Q: grate and great. Do they sound the same? does this sound natural?
Q: Why "grate onion" is not "grated onion"??
A: the onion has been grated. so it should be grateD onion
Q: Please grate garlic and ginger. And also cube the Tofu. does this sound natural?
A: @DAAS: Instead say, "Grate the garlic and ginger. Then, cube the Tofu. "

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