from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun One that grates, as an implement with sharp-edged slits and perforations on which to grate foods.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which grates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective One who, or that which, grates; especially, an instrument or utensil with a rough, indented surface, for rubbing off small particles of any substance.
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- noun A
toolwith which one grates, especially cheese, to facilitate getting small particles or shreds off a solid lump.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun utensil with sharp perforations for shredding foods (as vegetables or cheese)
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Was that a sharkskin grater with the real wasabi root?
Our new cheese-grater is a transcendent experience.
At the end of the grater is a rubber bumper, that is kind of like a skid stopper.
What could be "grater" than a lovely, smiling bride walking down the aisle to fulfill her destiny?
Baking Monster Apr 21 this is a greta tip and i suppose it could work with a cheese grater too.
Using a Microplane grater, zest about half of one lemon into the bowl with the shallots.
A microplane is a rasp-like grater, developed by the Microplane Company, that hit the market in the 1990s.
Shred the cheese on the large holes of a box grater and set aside.
The abrading surface of the grater, my dad warned, could hurt finger tips that slipped as they grasped the hard green fruits.
Great tip. i suppose it could work with a cheese grater too