—v.ser'āt, su-rāt'), [key]
—adj., v., -rat•ed, -rat•ing.
1. Chiefly Biol.
notched on the edge like a saw: a serrate leaf.
(of a coin) having a grooved edge.
to make serrate or serrated: He serrated the knives so they would cut meat easily.
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