[e-skol-uh p, e-skal-] /ɛˈskɒl əp, ɛˈskæl-/
verb (used with object)
to bake (food cut into pieces) in a sauce or other liquid, often with crumbs on top; .
to bake (fish, potatoes, etc.) in shells.
Heraldry. a representation of a shell, traditionally associated with pilgrimages and crusades.
another word for scallop
late 15c., from Middle French escalope “shell,” from a Germanic source (see scallop). For initial e-, see especial.
[es-kuh-nah-buh] /ˌɛs kəˈnɑ bə/ noun 1. a city in NW Michigan, in the Upper Peninsula.
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
[ih-skeyp] /ɪˈskeɪp/ verb (used without object), escaped, escaping. 1. to slip or get away, as from confinement or restraint; gain or regain liberty: to escape from jail. Synonyms: flee, abscond, decamp. 2. to slip away from pursuit or peril; avoid capture, punishment, or any threatened evil. 3. to issue from a confining enclosure, as a […]
[es-kuh-peyd, es-kuh-peyd] /ˈɛs kəˌpeɪd, ˌɛs kəˈpeɪd/ noun 1. a reckless adventure or wild prank. 2. an from confinement or restraint. /ˈɛskəˌpeɪd; ˌɛskəˈpeɪd/ noun 1. a wild or exciting adventure, esp one that is mischievous or unlawful; scrape 2. any lighthearted or carefree episode; prank; romp n. 1650s, “an escape from confinement,” from French escapade (16c.) […]