filet

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English[edit]

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filet (plural filets)

  1. Alternative form of fillet.

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French filet.

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filet c (singular definite fileten or filet'en, plural indefinite fileter or filet'er)

  1. filet, fillet

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filet m, n (plural filets, diminutive filetje n)

  1. filet (of meat)

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French[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

fil +‎ -et

Noun[edit]

filet m (plural filets)

  1. trickle, drizzle (of liquid etc.), wisp (of smoke)
  2. fillet, filet (of meat)
  3. (anatomy) frenum
  4. (typography) rule
  5. (architecture) fillet, listel
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old French filé (past participle of filer), with change of suffix.

Noun[edit]

filet m (plural filets)

  1. (fishing, sports) net
  2. (used for carrying groceries) net
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Noun[edit]

filet m (plural filets)

  1. (fishing) net
  2. drop of drink

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