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scal·lop

(skŏl′əp, skăl′-) also scol·lop (skŏl′-)
n.
1.
a. Any of various marine bivalve mollusks of the family Pectinidae, having fan-shaped shells with a radiating fluted pattern.
b. The edible adductor muscle of a scallop.
c. A shell of a scallop, or a dish in a similar shape, used for baking and serving seafood.
2. One of a series of curved projections forming an ornamental border.
3. See escalope.
v. scal·loped, scal·lop·ing, scal·lops also scol·loped or scol·lop·ing or scol·lops
v.tr.
1. To edge (cloth, for example) with a series of curved projections.
2. To bake in a casserole with milk or a sauce and often with bread crumbs: scalloped potatoes.
3. To cut (meat) into thin boneless slices.
v.intr.
To gather scallops for eating or sale.

[Middle English scalop, from Old French escalope, shell, perhaps of Germanic origin (akin to Dutch schelp, seashell), or from Old French escale, scale; see scale1 + Old French (envel)ope, enveloping cover (from enveloper, to envelop; see envelop).]

scal′lop·er n.

scalloped

(ˈskæləpt; ˈskɒləpt)
adj
having an edge shaped like a scallop
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.scalloped - having a margin with rounded scallops
rough - of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped
Translations
ذو حافَّةٍ من النُتوءات المُدَوَّرَه
kroužkovaný
skreyttur meî tungum
zúbkovaný
fistolu

scalloped

[ˈskæləpt ˈskɒləpt] adj [edge, neckline] → festonné(e)

scalloped

adj
mit einem Bogenrand; linenwarefestoniert; scalloped edgeBogen-/Festonrand m
(Cook) → überbacken

scalloped

[ˈskɒləpt] adj (edge) → a smerlo; (neck) → smerlato/a

scallop

also scollop (ˈskoləp) noun
an edible shellfish that has a pair of hinged, fan-shaped shells.
ˈscalloped adjective
(of the edge of a garment etc) cut into curves and notches. The collar of the blouse has a scalloped edge.