The front grille of a vintage car.
- an open grating of wrought iron, bronze, wood, etc., forming a screen to a door, window, or other opening, or used as a divider
- the metal bars in front of an automobile radiator
- Court Tennis a square opening high on the back wall of the court on the hazard side
Origin of grilleFrench ; from Old French graïlle ; from Classical Latin craticula: see griddle
- A grating of metal, wood, or another material used as a screen, divider, barrier, or decorative element, as in a window or on the front end of an automobile.
- An opening covered with a grating.
Origin of grilleFrench, from Old French greille; see grill.
top: at a window
bottom: on a 1956 Austin Healey
- Alternative form of grill (rack, vehicle cover, etc.)