Complete Definition of "cutlet"

English

Etymology
From F. côtelette (recorded in English since 1706), from OF. costelette "little rib," from coste "rib, side," from L. costa : influenced (popular etymology) by English cut.

Noun
en-noun

  1. a thin slice of meat, usually fried
  2. a chop, a specific piece of meat cut from the side of an animal, especially said of pork and beef
  3. (metaphore) an attractive body (compare beefcake)

#:''Jamie is such a cutie, classmates keep calling him a cutlet, one even loves to lick his ribs, calling them 'juicy cutlets'

Translations
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trans-top|slice of meat
German: Schnitzel n
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Italian: costoletta f
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trans-top|meat chop
Dutch: kotelet f or m
French: côtelette f
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Italian: costoletta f
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Synonyms
scallop

References
R:Online Etymology Dictionary

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