Recent Examples of grating from the Web
On top of a microchip, the researchers etch two gratings of metal stripes just micrometers apart.
Baykeeper is providing temporary gratings for some downtown storm drains.
Against police directives, people parked on the bridge drove over it slowly to get a look down through the grating, jamming up traffic for miles.
Melt butter in a medium sauté pan over medium-high heat; add leeks and season with salt and pepper and a grating of fresh nutmeg; cook, stirring occasionally, about 15 minutes.
Another is stamped with a brick pattern, topped with sloped metal grating.
One had petals made using perfectly aligned gratings that gave normal iridescence.
Amid the grating yet comforting din of a family dinner in the premiere, Ali, Sarah, and Josh escape to the rooftop to get high but instead just banter in the cruel-but-loving way that only brothers and sisters can.
Corrosion on the metal walkway grating and substructures is beginning to accelerate.
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First Known Use of grating
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Definition of grating for English Language Learners
: a frame with bars across it that is used to cover an opening
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