grate is a valid English word

Scrabble validity: valid ( international - Sowpods, US - Twl06 )
iScramble validity: valid
QuickWords validity: valid



Singular Plural
grate grates
    A horizontal metal grill through which water, ash, or small objects can fall, while larger objects cannot.
    • The grate stopped the sheep from escaping from their field.
    A frame or bed, or kind of basket, of iron bars, for holding fuel while burning.
    (historical) A grapper, a metal ring on a lance behind the grip.


Verb Present simple 3sg Present participle Past simple Past participle
grate grates grating grated grated
    (transitive) To furnish with grates; to protect with a grating or crossbars.
    • to grate a window
    (transitive cooking) To shred (things, usually foodstuffs), by rubbing across a grater.
    • I need to grate the cheese before the potato is cooked.
    (intransitive) To make an unpleasant rasping sound, often as the result of rubbing against something.
    • Listening to his teeth grate all day long drives me mad.

Adjective (COMPARABLE)

Comparative Superlative
more grate most grate
    (obsolete) Serving to gratify; agreeable.
    Obsolete spelling of great.


grate is a Scrabble valid word


grate is an iScramble, QuickWords valid word



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