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shredded

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃrɛdɪd
 
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Definition of shredded in English:

adjective

1Torn or cut into shreds: shredded paper [with submodifier]: finely shredded cabbage
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  • The chicken itself had little flavour, but the sliced and shredded vegetables were deliciously tasty, and one by one the various flavours in the curry sauce began to reveal themselves.
  • You can put shredded paper in the recycling bin.
  • Staff and children alike reused paper, photocopied on both sides and shredded waste paper.
2 informal Having well-defined or well-developed muscles; muscular: a step-by-step plan that will help you achieve shredded abs in as little as 76 workouts Prince looked awesome—he was totally shredded
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  • The winner was John Lee, who was very cut, with shredded legs and superb calves.
  • Certainly he was as shredded, and even bigger, than at his two pro championship victories earlier in the year.
  • Dave's body was now a shredded 235-pound testament to fevered training.

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