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Daemon
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grill (someone) (about something)

To question or interrogate someone intensely and relentlessly (about something). More...

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grill (someone) (about something) — To question or interrogate someone intensely and relentlessly (about something).
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Grill

Not all grilling involves fire and delicious food. Sometimes, to grill means to ask a person really intense questions, like when you suspect them of doing something wrong and you want to make them confess the truth.

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grill (someone) (about something) — To question or interrogate someone intensely and relentlessly (about something).
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