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Grinde vs. Grind — What's the Difference?

Grinde vs. Grind — What's the Difference?

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Grinde

Obsolete spelling of grind

Grind

A blade's grind is its cross-sectional shape in a plane normal to the edge. Grind differs from blade profile, which is the blade's cross-sectional shape in the plane containing the blade's edge and the centre contour of the blade's back (meaning the shape of the blade when viewed from the side, i.e.

Grind

Reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it
Grind some black pepper over the salad
She ground up the rice prior to boiling

Grind

Rub or cause to rub together gratingly
He keeps me awake at night, grinding his teeth
Tectonic plates that inexorably grind against each other

Grind

(of a dancer) gyrate the hips erotically
Go-go girls grinding to blaring disco
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Grind

A crushing or grating sound or motion
The slow grind of the US legal system
The crunch and grind of bulldozers

Grind

Hard dull work
Relief from the daily grind

Grind

A dancer's erotic gyration of the hips
A bump and grind

Grind

To reduce to small bits or crush to a fine powder
Grind wheat into flour.
Grind coffee beans.

Grind

To shape, sharpen, or refine with friction
Grind scissors to a fine edge.
Grind lenses for eyeglasses.

Grind

To rub (two surfaces) together harshly; gnash
Grind one's teeth.

Grind

To bear down on harshly; crush
The team's spirit was ground down by harsh losses.

Grind

To oppress or weaken gradually or persistently
“Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law” (Oliver Goldsmith).

Grind

To operate by turning a crank
Ground a hurdy-gurdy.

Grind

To instill or teach by persistent repetition
Ground the truth into their heads.

Grind

To perform the operation of grinding something.

Grind

To become crushed, pulverized, or powdered by friction
Those coffee beans ground easily.

Grind

To move with noisy friction; grate
A train grinding along rusty rails.

Grind

Past tense and past participle grind·ed(grīndĭd) To ride a skateboard, a snowboard, or skis over a grind rail or narrow surface, often with the board or skis at right angles to the direction of movement.

Grind

(Informal) To devote oneself to study or work
Grinding for a test.
Grinding away at housework.

Grind

Past tense and past participle grind·ed(grīndĭd) Slang To rotate the pelvis erotically, as while dancing or performing a striptease.

Grind

The act of grinding.

Grind

A crunching or grinding noise.

Grind

A specific grade or degree of pulverization, as of coffee beans
Drip grind.

Grind

Bits of ground coffee; grounds.

Grind

(Informal) A laborious task, routine, or study
The daily grind.

Grind

(Informal) A student who works or studies excessively.

Grind

(Slang) An erotic rotation of the pelvis.

Grind

(transitive) To reduce to smaller pieces by crushing with lateral motion.

Grind

(transitive) To shape with the force of friction.
Grind a lens; grind an axe

Grind

(metalworking) To remove material by rubbing with an abrasive surface.

Grind

(intransitive) To become ground, pulverized, or polished by friction.
This corn grinds well.
Steel grinds to a sharp edge.

Grind

To move with much difficulty or friction; to grate.

Grind

To slide the flat portion of a skateboard or snowboard across an obstacle such as a railing.

Grind

(transitive) To oppress, hold down or weaken.

Grind

To rotate the hips erotically.

Grind

(slang) To dance in a sexually suggestive way with both partners in very close proximity, often pressed against each other.

Grind

(video games) To repeat a task a large number of times in a row to achieve a specific goal.
These enemies give lots of loot when killed, so many players fight them to grind for resources.
The first level of the game is the best place to grind extra lives.

Grind

(transitive) To operate by turning a crank.
To grind an organ

Grind

To produce mechanically and repetitively as if by turning a crank.

Grind

To automatically format and indent code.

Grind

To instill through repetitive teaching.
Grinding lessons into students' heads does not motivate them to learn.

Grind

To eat.
Eh, brah, let's go grind.

Grind

To work or study hard; to hustle or drudge.

Grind

To annoy or irritate (a person); to grind one's gears.

Grind

The act of reducing to powder, or of sharpening, by friction.

Grind

Something that has been reduced to powder, something that has been ground.

Grind

A specific degree of pulverization of coffee beans.
This bag contains espresso grind.

Grind

A tedious and laborious task.
This homework is a grind.

Grind

A grinding trick on a skateboard or snowboard.

Grind

One who studies hard.

Grind

Clipping of grindcore

Grind

(slang) Hustle; hard work. en
I pledge allegiance to the grind. I'm up early as hell tryna get mine.

Grind

A traditional communal pilot whale hunt in the Faroe Islands.

Grind

To reduce to powder by friction, as in a mill, or with the teeth; to crush into small fragments; to produce as by the action of millstones.
Take the millstones, and grind meal.

Grind

To wear down, polish, or sharpen, by friction; to make smooth, sharp, or pointed; to whet, as a knife or drill; to rub against one another, as teeth, etc.

Grind

To oppress by severe exactions; to harass.
To grind the subject or defraud the prince.

Grind

To study hard for examination; - commonly used with away; as, to grind away at one's studies.

Grind

To perform the operation of grinding something; to turn the millstones.
Send theeInto the common prison, there to grind.

Grind

To become ground or pulverized by friction; as, this corn grinds well.

Grind

To become polished or sharpened by friction; as, glass grinds smooth; steel grinds to a sharp edge.

Grind

To move with much difficulty or friction; to grate.

Grind

To perform hard and distasteful service; to drudge; to study hard, as for an examination.

Grind

The act of reducing to powder, or of sharpening, by friction.

Grind

Any severe continuous work or occupation; esp., hard and uninteresting study.

Grind

A student that studies hard; a dig; a wonk.

Grind

An insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or studying excessively

Grind

Hard monotonous routine work

Grind

The act of grinding to a powder or dust

Grind

Press or grind with a crunching noise

Grind

Make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together;
Grate one's teeth in anger

Grind

Reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading;
Grind the spices in a mortar
Mash the garlic

Grind

Work hard;
She was digging away at her math homework
Lexicographers drudge all day long

Grind

Dance by rotating the pelvis in an erotically suggestive way, often while in contact with one's partner such that the dancers' legs are interlaced

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