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scallop in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscallopscal‧lop /ˈskɒləp, ˈskæ- $ ˈskɑː-/ noun [countable]  1 HBa small sea creature that you can eat, with a flat round shell made of two parts that fit together2 [usually plural]DECORATE one of a row of small curves that are used to decorate the edge of clothes, curtains etc
Examples from the Corpus
scallopIt has a scallop edge and comes in a choice of berry red or holly green.I was making bay scallop ravioli for Jasper, who was coming at six.Gently stir in the other ingredients and arrange in scallop shells or on a plate.I folded the bare side of the pasta over the mounds of scallop filling.Turn, brush with the scallop marinade and cook about 3 minutes longer, or until golden.