Definition of marbled in English:

marbled

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Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːb(ə)ld
 
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adjective

1(Especially of paper) having a streaked and patterned appearance like that of variegated marble: attractively marbled cloth or paper
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  • From the 16th to the 19th centuries, marbled papers became an indispensable part of almost every book published.
  • Set the sheet of freshly marbled paper on some newspapers to dry.
  • I pounced, grabbed, and came up with three rolls of a really quite pleasant dark rose paper, slightly marbled but with no actual decorative design of the nasty kind.
1.1(Of meat) having the lean part streaked with thin layers of fat.
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  • Feedlot operators feed grain to ruminants because it makes the animals grow faster and fatter, resulting in highly marbled meat.
  • Most can meet the company's quality requirements by feeding hogs to put on enough back fat to produce marbled meat.
  • Tablehurst's small farm shop regularly sells clean out of biodynamic lamb, sausages and finely marbled steaks.

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