serrated

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin serratus (saw shaped), from serra (saw).

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serrated (not comparable)

  1. saw-like.
    That knife has a serrated blade.
  2. Having a row of sharp or tooth-like projections.
    Maple leaves have serrated edges.

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