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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: Old French, 'shell'; SCALLOP

escalope

noun
     
Related topics: Food
es‧ca‧lope [countable] British English
DF a thin piece of meat with no bones in it, especially veal (=meat from a young cow), cooked in hot oil

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