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serrated

adjective  us   /səˈreɪ·t̬ɪd, ˈserˌeɪ-/
having a row of sharp points along the edge: You need a knife with a serrated edge for cutting bread.
Translations of “serrated”
in Arabic مُسنّن…
in Korean 톱니 모양의…
in Malaysian bergerigi…
in French en dents de scie…
in Turkish testere dişli, tırtıllı, tırtıklı…
in Italian seghettato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋸齒邊的…
in Russian зазубренный…
in Polish ząbkowany…
in Vietnamese có răng cưa…
in Spanish serrado, dentado…
in Portuguese serrado, dentado…
in Thai เป็นฟันปลา…
in German gezackt…
in Catalan serrat…
in Japanese ぎざぎざの, 鋸歯(きょし)状の…
in Indonesian bergerigi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锯齿边的…
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