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grate on the nerves

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  • grate on someone's nerves — get/grate on (someone s) nerves informal to annoy someone, especially by doing something again and again. If we spend too much time together we end up getting on each other s nerves. The telephone hadn t stopped ringing all morning and it was… …   New idioms dictionary

  • grate on nerves — get/grate on (someone s) nerves informal to annoy someone, especially by doing something again and again. If we spend too much time together we end up getting on each other s nerves. The telephone hadn t stopped ringing all morning and it was… …   New idioms dictionary

  • grate — I [[t]greɪt[/t]] n. v. grat•ed, grat•ing 1) bui a frame of metal bars for holding fuel when burning, as in a fireplace, furnace, or stove 2) bui a framework of parallel or crossed bars used as a partition, guard, cover, or the like; grating 3)… …   From formal English to slang

  • grate on — Synonyms and related words: chafe, exacerbate, fret, gall, grate, gravel, grit, irritate, jangle the nerves, jar on, lacerate the ear, offend the ear, provoke, put on edge, rasp, rend the ears, set on edge, split the ears, wrack the nerves …   Moby Thesaurus

  • grate — I UK [ɡreɪt] / US verb Word forms grate : present tense I/you/we/they grate he/she/it grates present participle grating past tense grated past participle grated 1) [transitive] to rub cheese, vegetables, chocolate etc against a grater in order to …   English dictionary

  • grate — grate1 grateless, adj. gratelike, adj. /grayt/, n., v., grated, grating. n. 1. a frame of metal bars for holding fuel when burning, as in a fireplace, furnace, or stove. 2. a framework of parallel or crossed bars, used as a partition, guard,… …   Universalium

  • grate — grate1 [ greıt ] verb 1. ) transitive to rub cheese, vegetables, or chocolate against a GRATER in order to cut them into small pieces: grated cheese 2. ) intransitive grate against/on to rub against something and make an unpleasant annoying sound …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • grate — [greɪt] verb I 1) [T] to rub food against a GRATER in order to cut it into small pieces 2) [I] to rub against something and make an unpleasant annoying sound Her nails grated against the wall.[/ex] 3) [I] to have an annoying effect on someone His …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • grate — I. verb (grated; grating) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French grater to scratch, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German krazzōn to scratch Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. archaic abrade 2. to reduce to small particles by… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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