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English translation: escalope

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Russian term or phrase:эскалоп
English translation:escalope
Entered by: marfus
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06:59 Nov 6, 2000
Russian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Russian term or phrase: эскалоп
This is a meat meal. Is it just escalope or something else?
Julia
escalope
Explanation:
Эскалоп entered Russian cuisine as a recipe and a borrowing some two centuries ago and still means flat or long pieces of pork, lamb, or veal meat served with fried potatoes and green peas.
A close neighbor is escallop (scallop), a shell orginally used as a housing for baking meats, fish, potatos.
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naescalopevip
nacutlet
Alla Itkis
nacutlet(s)xxxDm_Ch


  

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24 mins
cutlet(s)


Explanation:
эскалоп муж.; кул. cutlet(s)
I don't really like this translation, it's just what my dictionary (see below)says. I tried to check it with a gross e-r dict, but could find nothing of the kind there...


    ABBYY Lingvo 6.0
xxxDm_Ch
Local time: 13:21
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
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1 hr
cutlet


Explanation:
Cutlet, usually pork

Alla Itkis
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4 hrs
escalope


Explanation:
Эскалоп entered Russian cuisine as a recipe and a borrowing some two centuries ago and still means flat or long pieces of pork, lamb, or veal meat served with fried potatoes and green peas.
A close neighbor is escallop (scallop), a shell orginally used as a housing for baking meats, fish, potatos.

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