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fillet

noun [C/U] (also filet)  us   /fɪˈleɪ, ˈfɪl·eɪ/
a piece of meat or fish without bones

fillet

verb [T] (also filet)  us   /fiˈleɪ, ˈfɪl·eɪ/
to cut the flesh away from the bones of a fish: The customer wanted her fish filleted.
Translations of “fillet”
in Vietnamese thịt, cá nạc, thịt thăn…
in Spanish filete…
in Thai ชิ้นปลาหรือเนื้อทีไม่มกะดูก…
in Malaysian filet…
in French filet…
in German das Filet, Filet-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 無骨肉片, 去骨魚片…
in Indonesian daging tanpa tulang…
in Russian филе…
in Turkish kemiksiz et/balık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无骨肉片, 去骨鱼片…
in Polish filet…
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