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 Translation for 'boned' from English to Russian
VERB   to bone | boned | boned
boning | bones
SYNO boned | deboned
гастр.
очищенный от костей {adj}
boned [bone removed] [Am.]
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Translation for 'boned' from English to Russian

boned [bone removed] [Am.]
очищенный от костей {adj}гастр.
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Usage Examples English
  • The Leicester Longwool in the 1700s was slow-growing and coarsely boned. They now have been developed to gain weight quickly and are fast-growing.
  • Women's fashions followed classical ideals, and stiffly boned stays were abandoned in favor of softer, less boned corsets.
  • For butchering tasks and to prepare boned meats, there is a heavier Chinese "cleaver", used in similar fashion to the Western one.
  • Rib-eye steaks are cut from a standing rib, boned with most of the fat and lesser muscles removed.
  • He is described by Holger Herwig as “slender, almost delicate” and by Tuchman as “svelte, delicate, small-boned”.

  • At the 2009 Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200, Hollenbeck and Patrick Sheltra suffered minor injuries when Hollenbeck T-boned him at about 165 miles per hour.
  • The earliest mantuas emerged in the late 17th century as a comfortable alternative to the boned bodices and separate skirts then widely worn.
  • In the Aragonese Pyrenees, there are two different types of "chistorra": one made only of pork meat and another made of lungs, boned pig head and the pancreas, called "berica".
  • It is similar to kashkeg, a kind of homogeneous porridge made of previously stewed and boned chicken or lamb and coarsely ground soaked wheat (typically shelled wheat).
  • In the 19th century, poor women were known to wear corsets "boned" with rope, rather than steel or bone, to facilitate work in the field.

  • Tête de veau may be served whole or boned. When boned, it is rolled and held together with string.
  • John Newman described the new church as "one of Butterfield's finest churches, big boned and austere outside, highly charged in the polychromatic patterning of its interior".
  • The brand recreates designs from the 1950s including the bullet bra, which has been worn by celebrities such as Madonna and Rihanna. What Katie Did are also known for their steel boned corsets.
  • Dario Franchitti spun and stalled, ending his day. Paul Tracy slightly t-boned him. Fourth full course caution was out. Green flag came out with 11 laps to go.
  • There are two types of Guinea hog in North America, small-boned and large-boned Guinea hogs, the latter having longer legs. There is also a type of Guinea hog in South America.

  • Jazz critic Gary Giddins described Lewis as "an affecting musician with a fat-boned sound but limited technique".
  • No complete skeletons are known of any pseudotooth bird, and most fossils of these thin-boned animals are broken and crushed.
  • Butterflying is a way of preparing meat, fish, or poultry for cooking by cutting it almost in two, but leaving the two parts connected; it is then often boned and flattened.
  • Janus was able to fully recover and went on to race again. He won races in Virginia and North Carolina. Janus was compact, standing just over [...] , yet large boned with powerful hindquarters.
  • The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is a draft and drover breed; it is a large, heavy-boned dog with incredible physical strength.

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