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Synonyms for grate

shred

grate on someone or grate on someone's nerves

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to bring or come into abrasive contact, often with a harsh grating sound

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a frame of iron bars to hold a fire

a harsh rasping sound made by scraping something

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a barrier that has parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air

furnish with a grate

reduce to small shreds or pulverize by rubbing against a rough or sharp perforated surface

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make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together

scratch repeatedly

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Metso recently reported that Codelco's El Teniente operation is the first mining company to use the latest version of Metso's Poly-Met discharge grates for SAG mills.
The grate, called the Mewar Angithi, costs about US$1 to make, doesn't require cooks to learn to use anything new or change their cooking habits, and beat two much more expensive high-efficiency cookstoves in real-world comparisons.
The site of his death was not far from where 16 people watching a performance by 4Minute, a girls band that is popular across Asia, were killed when the ventilation grate they were standing on collapsed.
Grate magnets, starting at 4 inch by 4 inch, feature multiple sizes in Ceramic and NPB.
This is easily seen in front wall castings and bottom grate castings," he says.
Doppstadt says its nitrogen accumulator mechanism allows its machines to react to increased pressures by opening the comb or grate to permit unprocessable materials to harmlessly pass through.
SlipNot Grip Plate and Grip Grate save money, down time and costly liability lawsuits by reducing slip and fall accidents.
With the help of a tow truck, Peterson and some fellow officers removed the grate and used a vegetable strainer to lift the ducklings to safety.
has reported that 20,739 square feet of recent transactions were closed by Jan Grate.
FUNCTION: 'It's easy to use but you always seem to grate your knuckles or catch your nails.
Thus, the iconographic narrative would seem to be this: the turbulent water pours down the steps and out of the Puritan domestic structure, through the grate at the base of the stairs, and metaphorically through the culvert pipe, into the underground where it is redeemed - an allegory of leaving home, leaving the Church, slipping through the cracks, and finding salvation in the counterculture of the underground, which is symbolized by the disorderly common beauty of the tide pool teeming with life.
a private property manager recently chopped a deep gash in the trunk of a healthy linden tree in order to install a grate.
As tree diameters increase, the aperture in the center of the grate must be enlarged to prevent it from girdling the tree.