- n. 烤肉；烧烤；烤架
- v. 烤炙
- [C]金属烤架 a metal frame on which to cook food,especially meat,over an open fire,usually outdoor
- [C]烧烤野餐 a party at which food is prepared in this way and eaten
- vt. 在烤架上烧烤 cook meat and other food on a metal grill over an open fire, usually outside
meat that has been barbecued or grilled in a highly seasoned sauce
a cookout in which food is cooked over an open fire; especially a whole animal carcass roasted on a spit
a rack to hold meat for cooking over hot charcoal usually out of doors
cook outdoors on a barbecue grill;
"let's barbecue that meat"
"We cooked out in the forest"
- The sunshine bodes well for our barbecue.
- The rain loused up the barbecue.
- If you're not busy Sunday, we'd love to have you both over for a barbecue.
- We can't calculate on having good weather for the barbecue.
- I put another steak on the barbecue.
- Now and then we like to barbecue chicken in the back yard.
- Canadians often have barbecues in the summer.
- They had a barbecue on their patio on Sunday.
- We're having a barbecue this weekend.
- Barbecue the meat for five minutes.
- We barbecued several pieces of chicken for dinner.