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scallop
American English: /ˈskæləp/
, /ˈskɑləp/
British English: /ˈskɒləp/
, /ˈskaləp/

Translation of scallop in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (curve)
    Example sentences
    • European axes at the most might have wide scallops filed on the edge of the blade plate on the inside or bottom of the beard, and that is not common.
    • Place the scallop pattern along the foldline and transfer the scallops to the fabric.
    • A white drawing on black paper depicts from various angles a school of the menacing fairy-tale creatures, variously ornamented with stripes, scallops and spikes.

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