filet definition

  • noun:
    • A net or lace with a straightforward design of squares.
    • Variant of fillet.
    • A narrow strip of ribbon, material or animal meat.
    • In attractive art, a thin range forming element of a design or ornamenting a benefit or even the love; a fillet: since, a filet in silver in bookbinding; a filet of ruby luster on a majolica vase. See fillet.
    • a boneless steak cut from the tenderloin of beef
    • a longitudinal slice or boned part of a fish
    • lace having a square mesh
    • A net or lace with an easy structure of squares.
    • Variant of fillet.
    • A net or lace with a simple design of squares.
    • A narrow strip of ribbon, material or beef.
    • In decorative art, a thin range developing element of a design or ornamenting an edge or even the love; a fillet: since, a filet in silver in bookbinding; a filet of ruby luster on a majolica vase. See fillet.
    • a boneless steak cut through the tenderloin of beef
    • a longitudinal slice or boned part of a fish
    • lace having a square mesh
    • Variant of fillet.
    • A narrow strip of ribbon, material or meat.
    • In ornamental art, a thin line developing element of a design or ornamenting a benefit and/or like; a fillet: since, a filet in gold in bookbinding; a filet of ruby luster on a majolica vase. See fillet.
    • a boneless steak slice from tenderloin of meat
    • a longitudinal slice or boned part of a fish
    • lace having a square mesh
  • verb:
    • Variant of fillet.
    • decorate with a lace of geometric designs
    • slice into filets
    • Variant of fillet.
    • decorate with a lace of geometric styles
    • cut into filets
    • Variant of fillet.
    • decorate with a lace of geometric styles
    • cut into filets

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