Translation of serration in Spanish:

serration

dientes, n.

Pronunciation /sɛˈreɪʃn//sɛˈreɪʃən/

noun

  • 1

    (on blade, edge) dientes masculine
    (on leaf) borde dentado masculine
    • Similar to conventional teeth, the points of the serrations provide more pressure for penetrating into hard-packed soil.
    • Nor did the ancient crocodiles have tooth serrations of correct size and spacing to have made drag marks observed on some of the best-preserved bones.
    • And finally, because the embryos had poorly developed teeth, they lacked the most characteristic Troodon feature - teeth with unusually large and distinctive serrations.
    • The left canine preserves serrations along its posterior margin.
    • It may not be so clear in this particular fossil but those serrations are teeth!
    • Spinosaurines are characterized by very straight teeth lacking serrations, and lack the derived increase in dentary tooth number.
    • The important variables in the analysis were edge shape, width-to-thickness ratio, and serrations.
    • Also, the animal's teeth lack small serrations that appear on many of the meat-shearing, daggerlike teeth of this dinosaur's carnivorous cousins.
    • The teeth are closely spaced and positioned so that the serrations are obliquely oriented relative to the long axis of the tooth row.
    • The tip of his lance got caught by the serrations of her sword, and he wrenched it out of her grasp, thinking he had won.
    • In addition, the number of marginal serrations was scored only in seventh leaves.
    • Large, worn serrations are present on both the anterior and posterior edges of the crown.
    • Buffing the back, or flat side of the serrations ever so lightly will refresh the edge.
    • And, in the original description, a special point is made that Protarchaeopteryx teeth are characterized by the lack of serrations.
    • Its teeth lacked the usual serrations along the edges found in other two-legged carnivorous dinosaurs.
    • The points of the serrations concentrate force while the little concave sections between these points offer more cutting surface.
    • The organogenic phase occurs when the leaf primordium initiates all the leaflets, lobes, and serrations seen in the mature leaf.
    • Most mill files are made for right-handed people, and the serrations are angled so they will grip the steel only when pushed in a left-to-right, forward motion.
    • The aggressive serrations enable the knife to waltz through tough Manila or polypro lines neatly.
    • He turned the knife over so that the serrations were along the outer edge.