Noun(1) one of a series of rounded projections (or the notches between them, as the edge of a leaf or piece of cloth or the margin of a shell or a shriveled red blood cell observed in a hypertonic solution etc.(2) edible muscle of mollusks having fan-shaped shells; served broiled or poached or in salads or cream sauces(3) thin slice of meat (especially veal(4) edible marine bivalve having a fluted fan-shaped shell that swim by expelling water from the shell in a series of snapping motions
Verb(1) decorate an edge with scallops(2) bake in a sauce, milk, etc., often with breadcrumbs on top(3) form scallops in(4) fish for scallops(5) shape or cut in scallops
(1) Finally, chairs with a scallop crest and sharply projecting ends, may have been a style peculiar to the Newbury region.(2) the tablecloth has a scallop edge(3) Leafcutter ants cut neat scallop shapes out of leaves, which they carry home to their underground colonies.(4) Remove the top of a one-quart jug and then scallop the edge with scissors.(5) Place the scallop pattern along the foldline and transfer the scallops to the fabric.(6) Marks eliminated some of the dated look just by removing the wooden window scallop and replacing the knobs with metal handles.(7) Or perhaps we appreciate how incredibly easy it is to do ourselves: simply wedge in a sharp knife against the flat edge and take it straight across, so that you scrape the scallop off the shell.(8) If you are unsure about how to cut open a scallop or sea urchin, fillet a brill or clean an octopus, just ask your local fishmonger to do it for you.(9) Regulations like the one for scallopers have become increasingly common in recent decades.(10) In mid May the crew of the fishing vessel Alegna II had a lucky escape when their vessel was rammed by a scalloper out of Kilmore Quay.(11) Add extra cheese to scalloped potatoes or macaroni and cheese; order extra cheese on pizza.(12) Light pink sheer fabric was scalloped between the posts on my bed.(13) They're made from shiny gold bars, which feature a delicate, scalloped , satin gold border.(14) Mitted cats have evenly matched and scalloped white mittens on their front legs.(15) And a square of lightly scalloped white potatoes layered with sweet potatoes is pleasantly understated.(16) Remove the scallops from their shells and discard the ‘skirts’, leaving only the white meat and orange roe.
(1) scallop shell :: ホタテ貝殻
1. cutlet ::
2. scollop ::
4. escallop ::
5. scollop ::
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