- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of grease.
“So the next deal that comes out kind of greases the skids.”
“He enters the immigration office as if he works there, greases a few palms.”
“Finally, cooking oils, fats, and greases should never be disposed of down the drain.”
“And the movie captures the blind optimism that usually greases the wheels of a design disaster.”
“Rates are rising for repurchase agreements, or repos—a roughly $4 trillion market that greases the wheels of the U.S. financial system—as officials in Washington feud over how to bring down the nation's debt.”
“Idaho National Laboratory, U.S.: An efficient, environmentally friendly process for making high-quality biodiesel from waste fats, oils and greases.”
“Idaho National Laboratory, U.S. An efficient, environmentally friendly process for making high-quality biodiesel from waste fats, oils and greases.”
“Only, Mother is smarter sometimes— she learns to distill the crude into clear truth oils and greases you with them.”
“They're running ads with their corporate shill telling you how much 'they care about your business,' that dude's got one sincere hand on his heart while the other greases your unsuspecting backside.”
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