Definition of serrated in English:

serrated

adjective

  • Having or denoting a jagged edge; sawlike.

    ‘a knife with a serrated edge’
    • ‘A small saw or serrated blade such as an old bread knife can be used.’
    • ‘When she surfaced, something brushed across her arm, a yellow heart-shaped leaf with serrated edges.’
    • ‘Randomly thrashing, the serrated edge of the hunter's knife cut a clean gash into the side of the beast's neck, letting loose a clean stream of crimson.’
    • ‘It has oval leaves with a slightly serrated edge.’
    • ‘Several times there came a harsh cry from hordes of goblin throats as they came charging out of the woods waving wicked looking black iron swords with serrated edges.’
    • ‘It's a ceramic sharpener that's capable of touching up even serrated edges.’
    • ‘The light shone off the silver blade, and Claire could see her distorted reflection above the serrated edge of the knife.’
    • ‘If you have a dull serrated edge knife, which doesn't happen often, it is best to take it to a professional knife sharpener.’
    • ‘I do use both plain and serrated blades often and the effectiveness of a serrated edge is unquestioned.’
    • ‘It's sharp, serrated edge gleamed in the late morning sunshine.’
    • ‘Above, the serrated edge of the granite ridge cuts through the cobalt sky.’
    • ‘With her free hand, she whipped it into her back pocket and pulled out a wallet-sized black object with a serrated edge at the top.’
    • ‘He held out his hands, and a long staff of spectral blue light appeared between them, with a serrated, curved blade attached to one end.’
    • ‘The serrated edge of his weapon cut deep into the metal, despite its apparent fragility, and split apart the armour plates that were fortifying the structure.’
    • ‘The stout bill is conical, with serrated edges in some species.’
    • ‘The eight-ounce unit holds six screwdriver bits and has a serrated blade, needle-nose pliers, a metal saw, and a wood saw.’
    • ‘Long stems bearing one-inch flowers with a serrated petal edge bring a lacy look to floral arrangements, as well as the garden.’
    • ‘We can only imagine what these serrated blades and shards of glass could do to the human body.’
    • ‘Glossy coats of enamel paint bead up on the panels' edges, creating subtly serrated perimeters.’
    • ‘Guilty pleas were also entered to driving while disqualified and without insurance and possession of a lock knife with a three-inch serrated blade.’
    jagged, sawtoothed, sawtooth, saw-edged, zigzag, notched, indented, toothed
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Pronunciation

serrated

/səˈreɪtɪd/