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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Late Latin
Origin: , past participle of serrare 'to cut with a saw', from Latin serra 'saw'

serrated

adjective
     
ser‧rat‧ed [usually before noun]
having a sharp edge made of a row of connected points like teeth:
Use a knife with a serrated edge.

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