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It’s a noun. (I’ve just bought a new barbecue. I could go for some barbecue tonight.)
It’s an adjective. (Pass me some of those barbecue beans.)
It’s a verb. (I’m going to barbecue some burgers for dinner Saturday.)
In its simplest form, to “barbecue” simply means to cook something with fire. It can be as primitive as roasting a hot dog on a stick over a campfire or as sophisticated as throwing Kobe beef steaks on the grill of a high-tech, state-of-the-art, freestanding Lynx grill.
In the US, “barbecue” is often considered merely a summer pastime while globally, it’s just another method of food preparation that ends in year ‘round yumminess like kalbi (Korean barbecued short ribs); South American asado (considered the national dish of Argentina); or African braai.