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Definition of fillet
/fiˈlā, ˈfilā/ (also filet) a fleshy boneless piece of meat from near the loins or the ribs of an animal:a chicken breast fillet roast fillet of lamb
(also fillet steak) a beef steak cut from the lower part of a sirloin. 2
/ˈfilit/ a band or ribbon worn around the head, especially for binding the hair.
Architecture a narrow flat band separating two moldings. Architecture a small band between the flutes of a column. a plain or decorated line impressed on the cover of a book. a roller used to impress a line on the cover of a book. 3
/ˈfilit/ a concave strip of material roughly triangular in cross section that rounds off an interior angle between two surfaces:a splayed mortar fillet at the junction of the roof with the chimney stack [as modifier]:a fillet weld
Pronunciation: /fiˈlā, ˈfilā/
(fillets, filleting, filleted) [with object]
remove the bones from (a fish). cut (fish or meat) into boneless strips.