Grille

A term referring to windowpane dividers or muntins, usually a type of assembly which may be detached for cleaning.

grille

1 Brass latticework used as panels in the doors of cabinet furniture, often replacing glass during the late 18th and early 18th centuries. 2 See VINAIGRETTE.

grille

[n] - grating that admits cooling air to car`s radiator
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Grille

Grille adjective [ French See Grill , transitive verb ] A lattice or grating. « The grille which formed part of the gate.» Latin Oliphant.
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grille

noun grating that admits cooling air to car`s radiator
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Grille

• (v. t.) A lattice or grating.
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grille

(from the article `metalwork`) In the Romanesque period in Germany, bronze was preferred to iron; the earliest examples of ironwork are thus later than those of France and England. ... ...(2) a transitional period with wrought-iron structural members embellished with cast-iron ornaments in the Directoire and Empire styles of France, ......
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grille

grille, in architecture, a system of bars, usually of decorative metalwork, forming an openwork barrier or enclosure. In its usual materials of wrought iron or bronze, it has been favored for decorative treatment in all periods. Besides its almost universal function of protecting window and door ope...
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grille

Brass latticework used as panels in the doors of cabinet furniture, often replacing glass during the late 18th and early 18th centuries. also vinaigrette.
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Grille

[cryptography] In the history of cryptography, a grille cipher was a technique for encrypting a plaintext by writing it onto a sheet of paper through a pierced sheet (of paper or cardboard or similar). The earliest known description is due to the polymath Girolamo Cardano in 1550. His proposal was for a rectangular stencil allowing single l...
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Grille

[artillery] The Grille (German: `cricket`) series of self propelled artillery vehicles were used by Nazi Germany during World War II. The Grille series was based on the Czech Panzer 38(t) tank and used a 15 cm sIG 33 infantry gun. ==Development== The original order for 200 units of the Grille, was to be based on the new 38(t) Ausf M chassis...
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Grille

[motor vehicle] In automotive engineering, a grille covers an opening in the body of a vehicle to allow air to enter. Most vehicles feature a grille at the front of the vehicle to protect the radiator and engine. Merriam-Webster describes grilles as `a grating forming a barrier or screen; especially: an ornamental one at the front end of an...
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Grille

A decorative, openwork grating, usually of iron, used to protect a window, door, or other opening.
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Grille

An opening in the front of the vehicle that allows air to reach the radiator.
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grille

bars of the visor of a helmet
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Grille

A grille or grill (French word from Latin craticula, small grill) is an opening of several slits side by side in a wall or metal sheet or other barrier, usually to let air or water enter and/or leave but keep larger objects including people and animals in or out. ...
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