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serrate
serrate leaf

ser·rate

 (sĕr′āt′)
adj. or ser·rat·ed (sĕr′ā′tĭd, sə-rā′-)
1. Having a saw-toothed edge or margin notched with toothlike projections: serrate leaves.
2. Forming a row of small sharp projections resembling the teeth of a saw: serrate teeth.
tr.v. ser·rat·ed, ser·rat·ing, ser·rates
To make (something) serrate.

[Latin serrātus, saw-shaped, from serra, saw.]

serrated

adj
having a notched or sawlike edge

ser•rat•ed

(ˈsɛr eɪ tɪd, səˈreɪ-)

adj.
having a notched edge or sawlike teeth, esp. for cutting; serrate.
[1695–1705]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.serrated - notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apexserrated - notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
rough - of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped

serrated

adjective notched, toothed, sawtoothed, serrate, serrulate, sawlike, serriform (Biology) Bread knives should have a serrated edge.
Translations
مِنْشاري، مُسَنَّن
zubatý
savtakket
fûrészélû
tenntur, skörîóttur
izrobotsrobots

serrated

[seˈreɪtɪd] ADJserrado, dentellado

serrated

[səˈreɪtɪd] adj [knife] → à dents; [edge] → en dents de scie

serrated

adjgezackt; leaves alsogesägt; serrated knifeSägemesser nt

serrated

[sɛˈreɪtɪd] adjseghettato/a

serrated

(səˈreitid) , ((American) ˈsereitid) adjective
notched, as the edge of a saw is. A bread- knife is often serrated.
References in classic literature ?
Their beak-like mouths are lined with sharp, white fangs, and the backs of their huge, lizard bodies are serrated into bony ridges from their necks to the end of their long tails.
Dimensions (by estimation)--Greatest length, eleven feet; height, six feet; head, erect; nostrils, expansive; eyes, expressive and fierce; teeth, serrated and abundant; tail, horizontal, waving, and slightly feline; feet, large and hairy; talons, long, curvated, dangerous; ears, inconspicuous; horns, elongated, diverging, and formidable; colour, plumbeous-ashy, with fiery spots; voice, sonorous, martial, and appalling; habits, gregarious, carnivorous, fierce, and fearless.
NOW when Morning, clad in her robe of saffron, had begun to suffuse light over the earth, Jove called the gods in council on the topmost crest of serrated Olympus.
Before us lay the dark bulk of the house, its serrated roof and bristling chimneys hard outlined against the silver-spangled sky.
And, beginning at the edge of it, grew the grass--sweet, soft, tender, pasture grass that would have delighted the eyes and beasts of any husbandman and that extended, on and on, for leagues and leagues of velvet verdure, to the backbone of the great island, the towering mountain range flung up by some ancient earth-cataclysm, serrated and gullied but not yet erased by the erosive tropic rains.
If we look at the sting of the bee, as having originally existed in a remote progenitor as a boring and serrated instrument, like that in so many members of the same great order, and which has been modified but not perfected for its present purpose, with the poison originally adapted to cause galls subsequently intensified, we can perhaps understand how it is that the use of the sting should so often cause the insect's own death: for if on the whole the power of stinging be useful to the community, it will fulfil all the requirements of natural selection, though it may cause the death of some few members.
These claws are very thin, and are serrated with the finest teeth, directed backwards: their curved extremities are flattened, and on this part five most minute cups are placed which seem to act in the same manner as the suckers on the arms of the cuttle-fish.
The knife-edge backbone was deeply serrated, and into one of the notches both men disappeared.
The head was like that of a fowl, the body that of a bloated lizard, the trailing tail was furnished with upward- turned spikes, and the curved back was edged with a high serrated fringe, which looked like a dozen cocks' wattles placed behind each other.
40S Wnrf, Serrated Finish Flanges Dn = 50 Astm A 182 F 304 Ansi B16.5, 150# Swrf, Serrated Finish Dn65 Up To Dn600 Astm A 182 F 304 Ansi B16.5, 150# Sorf, Serrated Finish Blind Flanges Dn15 Up To Dn600 Astm A 182 F 304 Ansi B16.5, 150# Rf, Serrated Finish
The slide-lock lever is bowl-shaped for a better grip when releasing the slide, while the safety lever is serrated and oversize for a better purchase.
Equipped with serrated jaws, water pump pliers are ideal for gripping and turn a wide range of objects, including nuts and bolts.