[gril-pahrt-ser] /ˈgrɪlˌpɑrt sər/
[frahnts] /frɑnts/ (Show IPA), 1791–1872, Austrian poet and dramatist.
Franz (frants). 1791–1872, Austrian dramatist and poet, noted for his historical and classical tragedies, which include Sappho (1818), the trilogy The Golden Fleece (1819–22), and The Jewess of Toledo (1872)
[gril-room, -roo m] /ˈgrɪlˌrum, -ˌrʊm/ noun 1. a restaurant or , as in a hotel, that specializes in serving meat and fish. /ˈɡrɪlˌruːm; -ˌrʊm/ noun 1. a restaurant or room in a restaurant, etc, where grilled steaks and other meat are served
[gril-wurk] /ˈgrɪlˌwɜrk/ noun 1. material so formed as to function as or to have the appearance of a grille.
[grils] /grɪls/ noun, plural grilses (especially collectively) grilse. 1. a young Atlantic salmon as it returns from the sea to fresh water for the first time. /ɡrɪls/ noun (pl) grilses, grilse 1. a young salmon that returns to fresh water after one winter in the sea
[grim] /grɪm/ adjective, grimmer, grimmest. 1. stern and admitting of no appeasement or compromise: grim determination; grim necessity. 2. of a sinister or ghastly character; repellent: a grim joke. 3. having a harsh, surly, forbidding, or morbid air: a grim man but a just one; a grim countenance. 4. fierce, savage, or cruel: War is […]