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Fish

Meanings and phrases

Fish

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n.
  1. (astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Pisces; Pisces
  2. the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20; Pisces; Pisces the Fishes

fish

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n.
  1. any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills
  2. the flesh of fish used as food

fish

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v.
  1. seek indirectly; angle
  2. catch or try to catch fish or shellfish

Go Fish

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n.
  1. a card game for two players who try to assemble books of cards by asking the opponent for particular cards

US Fish and Wildlife Service

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n.
  1. an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitats; assesses the environmental impact of pesticides and nuclear power site and hydroelectric dams and thermal pollution; United States Fish and Wildlife Service; FWS

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

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n.
  1. an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitats; assesses the environmental impact of pesticides and nuclear power site and hydroelectric dams and thermal pollution; US Fish and Wildlife Service; FWS

anemone fish

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n.
  1. live associated with sea anemones

angler fish

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n.
  1. fishes having large mouths with a wormlike filament attached for luring prey; goosefish; angler; anglerfish; monkfish; lotte; allmouth; Lophius Americanus

basket fish

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n.
  1. any starfish-like animal of the genera Euryale or Astrophyton or Gorgonocephalus having slender complexly branched interlacing arms radiating from a central disc; basket star

bellows fish

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n.
  1. small bottom-dwelling fish of warm seas having a compressed body and a long snout with a toothless mouth; snipefish

big fish

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n.
  1. an important influential person; big shot; big gun; big wheel; big cheese; big deal; big enchilada; head honcho
n.
  1. having both pectoral and pelvic fins enlarged; four-wing flying fish

blennioid fish

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n.
  1. elongated mostly scaleless marine fishes with large pectoral fins and reduced pelvic fins; blennioid

bony fish

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n.
  1. any fish of the class Osteichthyes
E.g.
  • They are contained within the throat, or pharynx, of most bony fish.
  • To maintain depth, bony fish increase buoyancy by means of a gas bladder.
  • The similarity of these to the scales of bony fish is largely superficial.

bottom fish

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n.
  1. fish that live on the sea bottom (particularly the commercially important gadoid fish like cod and haddock, or flatfish like flounder); groundfish

buffalo fish

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n.
  1. any of several large suckers of the Mississippi valley; buffalofish

butterfly fish

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n.
  1. small usually brilliantly colored tropical marine fishes having narrow deep bodies with large broad fins; found worldwide

carangid fish

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n.
  1. a percoid fish of the family Carangidae; carangid
n.
  1. fishes in which the skeleton may be calcified but not ossified; chondrichthian

characin fish

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n.
  1. any freshwater fish of the family Characinidae; characin; characid

cichlid fish

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n.
  1. freshwater fishes of tropical America and Africa and Asia similar to American sunfishes; some are food fishes; many small ones are popular in aquariums; cichlid

clinid fish

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n.
  1. mostly small blennioid fishes of coral reefs and seagrass beds; clinid

clown anemone fish

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n.
  1. an anemone fish of the genus Amphiprion; Amphiprion percula

clupeid fish

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n.
  1. any of numerous soft-finned schooling food fishes of shallow waters of northern seas; clupeid

cold fish

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n.
  1. an aloof unemotional person

convict fish

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n.
  1. greenling with whitish body marked with black bands; painted greenling; convictfish; Oxylebius pictus

crucifix fish

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n.
  1. sea catfish of the Caribbean area

cyprinid fish

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n.
  1. soft-finned mainly freshwater fishes typically having toothless jaws and cycloid scales; cyprinid
E.g.
  • The cyprinid fish hosts are also different.
  • Bangana wui Bangana wui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.
  • Bangana zhui Bangana zhui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.

cypriniform fish

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n.
  1. a soft-finned fish of the order Cypriniformes

fish and chips

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n.
  1. fried fish and french-fried potatoes
E.g.
  • One very common fast food dish is fish and chips.
  • The Start Bay Inn at Torcross is well-known for fish and chips.
  • His father was an immigrant from Cyprus who ran a fish and chips shop.

fish ball

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n.
  1. a fried ball or patty of flaked fish and mashed potatoes; fish cake
  2. well-seasoned balls of ground fish and eggs and crushed crumbs simmered in fish stock; gefilte fish

fish bowl

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n.
  1. a transparent bowl in which small fish are kept; fishbowl; goldfish bowl
  2. a state of affairs in which you have no privacy; goldfish bowl; fishbowl

fish cake

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n.
  1. a fried ball or patty of flaked fish and mashed potatoes; fish ball

fish chowder

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n.
  1. chowder containing fish

fish doctor

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n.
  1. brightly colored scaleless Arctic eelpout; Gymnelis viridis

fish duck

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n.
  1. large crested fish-eating diving duck having a slender hooked bill with serrated edges; merganser; sawbill; sheldrake

fish eagle

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n.
  1. large harmless hawk found worldwide that feeds on fish and builds a bulky nest often occupied for years; osprey; fish hawk; sea eagle; Pandion haliaetus

fish family

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n.
  1. any of various families of fish

fish farm

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n.
  1. a workplace (usually a pond) where fish are raised for food

fish filet

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n.
  1. a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish; fillet; filet; fish fillet

fish fillet

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n.
  1. a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish; fillet; filet; fish filet

fish finger

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n.
  1. a long fillet of fish breaded and fried; fish stick

fish fly

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n.
  1. similar to but smaller than the dobsonfly; larvae are used as fishing bait; fish-fly

fish fry

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n.
  1. a cookout where fried fish is the main course

fish fuddle

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n.
  1. small tree of West Indies and Florida having large odd-pinnate leaves and panicles of red-striped purple to white flowers followed by decorative curly winged seedpods; yields fish poisons; Jamaica dogwood; Piscidia piscipula; Piscidia erythrina

fish genus

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n.
  1. any of various genus of fish

fish geranium

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n.
  1. an upright geranium having scalloped leaves with a broad color zone inside the margin and white or pink or red flowers; bedding geranium; zonal pelargonium; Pelargonium hortorum

fish glue

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n.
  1. gelatinous substance obtained by boiling skins fins and bones of fish

fish hawk

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n.
  1. large harmless hawk found worldwide that feeds on fish and builds a bulky nest often occupied for years; osprey; fish eagle; sea eagle; Pandion haliaetus

fish house punch

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n.
  1. a punch made of rum and brandy and water or tea sweetened with sugar syrup

fish joint

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n.
  1. a butt joint formed by bolting fish plates to the sides of two rails or beams

fish knife

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n.
  1. a small table knife with a spatula blade used for eating fish

fish ladder

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n.
  1. a series of ascending pools providing a passage for salmon to swim upstream past a dam
E.g.
  • This was despite a 1916 suggestion of the California Fish and Game Commission that a fish ladder be constructed with the dam; no such structure was ever built.
  • It is planned to convert the channel of this older lock into a fish ladder, as the revitalized area will include two much larger discharge channels on either side of the new lock.
  • In 1991, Kentucky Utilities constructed a fish ladder in the Dix River near the dam as part of the Aquatic Habitat Enhancement Project, with the aim of protecting and increasing the trout population in the Dix River.

fish loaf

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n.
  1. flaked fish baked in a loaf with bread crumbs and various seasonings

fish louse

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n.
  1. a kind of copepod

fish lure

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n.
  1. (angling) any bright artificial bait consisting of plastic or metal mounted with hooks and trimmed with feathers; fisherman's lure

fish meal

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n.
  1. ground dried fish used as fertilizer and as feed for domestic livestock

fish mousse

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n.
  1. mousse made with fish

fish oil

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n.
  1. a fatty oil obtained from the livers of various fish; fish-liver oil
E.g.
  • Ninety percent is processed into fishmeal and fish oil.
  • In 1861, he became a partner in a fish oil and guano company.
  • The Nisga′a also trade dried fish, seal oil, fish oil, blubber and cedar.

fish scale

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n.
  1. scale of the kind that covers the bodies of fish

fish slice

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n.
  1. a food turner with a broad blade used for turning or serving fish or other food that is cooked in a frying pan

fish species

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n.
  1. a species of fish
E.g.
  • The following fish species are native to Loch Ness.
  • A variety of wildlife and fish species inhabit the Mt.
  • The common snook is an estuarine-dependent fish species.

fish steak

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n.
  1. cross-section slice of a large fish

fish stew

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n.
  1. a stew made with fish

fish stick

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n.
  1. a long fillet of fish breaded and fried; fish finger

fish tank

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n.
  1. a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals; aquarium; marine museum

flame fish

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n.
  1. a cardinalfish found in tropical Atlantic coastal waters; flamefish; Apogon maculatus

flashlight fish

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n.
  1. fish having a luminous organ beneath eye; of warm waters of the western Pacific and Puerto Rico; anomalops
  2. fish of deep dark waters having a light organ below each eye; Photoblepharon palpebratus

flying fish

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n.
  1. tropical marine fishes having enlarged winglike fins used for brief gliding flight

food fish

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n.
  1. any fish used for food by human beings
E.g.
  • It is consequently highly prized as a food fish.
  • It is of commercial importance as a food fish in its native range.
  • It is a very popular and sought-after food fish in the Indian Subcontinent.

four-wing flying fish

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n.
  1. having both pectoral and pelvic fins enlarged; biplane flying fish

fresh fish

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n.
  1. soldiers who are regarded as expendable in the face of artillery fire; cannon fodder; fodder
E.g.
  • The fresh fish are salted with a lot of salt until they become whitish.
  • It is caught commercially and sold as fresh fish or turned into fishmeal.
  • , a dish made with sushi rice, contains fresh fish from the Seto Inland Sea.

freshwater fish

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n.
  1. flesh of fish from fresh water used as food
E.g.
  • The common name of this freshwater fish is the Spotted steed.
  • White sturgeon are the largest freshwater fish in the United States.
  • This promoted freshwater fish.

frost fish

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n.
  1. long-bodied marine fishes having a long whiplike scaleless body and sharp teeth; closely related to snake mackerel; cutlassfish; hairtail

gadoid fish

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n.
  1. a soft-finned fish of the family Gadidae; gadoid

game fish

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n.
  1. any fish providing sport for the angler; sport fish
E.g.
  • Some sport fishers regard it as a game fish.
  • Fish other than game fish were disdained as "coarse fish".
  • It is a commercial game fish valued for its size and taste.

ganoid fish

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n.
  1. primitive fishes having thick bony scales with a shiny covering; ganoid

gefilte fish

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n.
  1. well-seasoned balls of ground fish and eggs and crushed crumbs simmered in fish stock; fish ball

handsaw fish

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n.
  1. a soft-finned fish of the genus Alepisaurus

jawless fish

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n.
  1. eel-shaped vertebrate without jaws or paired appendages including the cyclostomes and some extinct forms; jawless vertebrate; agnathan

kettle of fish

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n.
  1. informal terms for a difficult situation; fix; hole; jam; mess; muddle; pickle

lancet fish

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n.
  1. large elongate scaleless oceanic fishes with sharp teeth and a long dorsal fin that resembles a sail; lancetfish; wolffish

lobe-finned fish

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n.
  1. any fish of the order Crossopterygii; most known only in fossil form; crossopterygian; lobefin

lookdown fish

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n.
  1. similar to moonfish but with eyes high on the truncated forehead; lookdown; Selene vomer

may fish

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n.
  1. black-barred fish of bays and coastal marshes of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast of the United States; striped killifish; mayfish; Fundulus majalis
n.
  1. having only pectoral fins enlarged; two-wing flying fish

net fish

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v.
  1. fish with nets

odd fish

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n.
  1. someone regarded as eccentric or crazy and standing out from a group; kook; odd fellow; queer bird; queer duck; odd man out

oyster fish

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n.
  1. a variety of toadfish; oyster-fish; oysterfish

percoid fish

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n.
  1. any of numerous spiny-finned fishes of the order Perciformes; percoid; percoidean
n.
  1. tropical marine fishes having the teeth fused into a beak and thick skin covered with bony plates or spines; plectognath

poeciliid fish

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n.
  1. small usually brightly-colored viviparous surface-feeding fishes of fresh or brackish warm waters; often used in mosquito control; topminnow; poeciliid; live-bearer

polly fish

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n.
  1. gaudy tropical fishes with parrotlike beaks formed by fusion of teeth; parrotfish; pollyfish

poor fish

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n.
  1. a person who is not very bright; stupid; stupid person; stupe; dullard; dolt; pudding head; pudden-head; pillock

porcupine fish

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n.
  1. spines become erect when the body is inflated; worldwide in warm waters; porcupinefish; Diodon hystrix

rainbow fish

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n.
  1. small freshwater fish of South America and the West Indies; often kept in aquariums; guppy; Lebistes reticulatus

rattail fish

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n.
  1. deep-sea fish with a large head and body and long tapering tail; grenadier; rattail

razor fish

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n.
  1. any of several small wrasses with compressed sharp-edged heads of the West Indies and Mediterranean; razor-fish

rough fish

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n.
  1. any fish useless for food or sport or even as bait

saltwater fish

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n.
  1. flesh of fish from the sea used as food

sargassum fish

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n.
  1. small fantastically formed and colored fishes found among masses of sargassum

sciaenid fish

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n.
  1. widely distributed family of carnivorous percoid fishes having a large air bladder used to produce sound; sciaenid

scombroid fish

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n.
  1. important marine food and game fishes found in all tropical and temperate seas; some are at least partially endothermic and can thrive in colder waters; scombroid

scorpaenid fish

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n.
  1. any of numerous carnivorous usually bottom-dwelling warm-water marine fishes found worldwide but most abundant in the Pacific; scorpaenid
n.
  1. fishes having the head armored with bony plates; scorpaenoid

scorpion fish

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n.
  1. marine fishes having a tapering body with an armored head and venomous spines; scorpionfish; sea scorpion

sergeant fish

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n.
  1. large dark-striped tropical food and game fish related to remoras; found worldwide in coastal to open waters; cobia; Rachycentron canadum

serranid fish

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n.
  1. marine food sport fishes mainly of warm coastal waters; serranid

silurid fish

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n.
  1. Old World freshwater catfishes having naked skin and a long anal fin more or less merged with the eellike caudal fin; silurid

siluriform fish

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n.
  1. any of numerous mostly freshwater bottom-living fishes of Eurasia and North America with barbels like whiskers around the mouth; catfish

skillet fish

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n.
  1. clingfish with typical skillet shape; skilletfish; Gobiesox strumosus
n.
  1. any fish of the superorder Malacopterygii; malacopterygian

sparid fish

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n.
  1. spiny-finned food fishes of warm waters having well-developed teeth; sparid
n.
  1. a teleost fish with fins that are supported by sharp inflexible rays; acanthopterygian

sport fish

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n.
  1. any fish providing sport for the angler; game fish

stromateid fish

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n.
  1. small marine fish with a short compressed body and feeble spines; butterfish; stromateid

sucking fish

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n.
  1. marine fishes with a flattened elongated body and a sucking disk on the head for attaching to large fish or moving objects; remora; suckerfish

surf fish

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n.
  1. small to medium-sized shallow-water fishes of the Pacific coast of North America; surfperch; surffish
  2. a fish of the Pacific coast of North America; yellowfin croaker; surffish; Umbrina roncador

teleost fish

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n.
  1. a bony fish of the subclass Teleostei; teleost; teleostan

tuna fish

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n.
  1. important warm-water fatty fish of the genus Thunnus of the family Scombridae; usually served as steaks; tuna; tunny

tuna fish salad

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n.
  1. salad composed primarily of chopped canned tuna fish; tuna salad

two-wing flying fish

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n.
  1. having only pectoral fins enlarged; monoplane flying fish

wolf fish

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n.
  1. large ferocious northern deep-sea food fishes with strong teeth and no pelvic fins; wolffish; catfish

worm fish

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n.
  1. poorly known family of small tropical shallow-water fishes related to gobies

young fish

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n.
  1. a fish that is young

species of fish

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E.g.
  • There are 35 species of fish, of which four are endemic.
  • Several species of fish are associated with this sponge.
  • This species of fish is often found in the aquarium hobby.

small fish

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E.g.
  • They are small fish, no more than in total length.
  • The peppered moray eats small fish and crustaceans.
  • Boiled with other small fish is used for fish soup.

other fish

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E.g.
  • in hatcheries or other fish culture facilities).
  • They feed on ectoparasites found on other fish.
  • It feeds on micro-crustaceans and cleans parasites off other fish.

marine fish

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E.g.
  • It is a species of marine fish in the family Tetraodontidae.
  • It is a brightly colored marine fish with shades of blue, green, and orange.
  • Hawaii has the highest rate of endemism of its nearshore marine fish species at 24.3%.

fish such

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E.g.
  • Freshwater fish such as bream, shad, bass, and sucker are common.
  • This has caused problems for fish such as the Rio Grande silvery minnow.
  • This has caused a problem for fish such as the Rio Grande silvery minnow.

fish market

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E.g.
  • They sell their seafood at port of Dives' fish market.
  • It functioned as a fish market until 1941.
  • The largest fish market in the city is located near this area.

fish found

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E.g.
  • Stoplight loosejaws are small fish found worldwide in the deep sea.
  • One can also enjoy the fresh water fish found in the Mahakali River.
  • Pungtungia shiraii Pungtungia shiraii is a species of cyprinid fish found in Japan.

fish and other

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E.g.
  • The Eocene oceans were warm and teeming with fish and other sea life.
  • Fish oils, fish and other marine sources provide a very rich source of DHA and EPA.
  • Brine shrimp are used as food for fish and other organisms in aquaria and aquaculture.

fish and chip

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E.g.
  • George and Ella run a popular fish and chip shop.
  • His first business venture was a fish and chip shop in London's East End.
  • There is a shop and post office and a fish and chip shop located on the village High Street.

large fish

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E.g.
  • It is also a large fish breeding area of Suphanburi.
  • They would have consumed marine turtles, large fish, and smaller dinosaurs.
  • Adult groupers mainly feed on variety of large fish, but also on crustaceans.

fish caught

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E.g.
  • The types of fish caught by this method are tuna, skipjack tuna, frigate and mackerel.
  • The main fish caught are carp and tilapia, which are filleted in small local maquiladoras.
  • The largest fish caught there was twenty-nine and one-half inches and 10 pound and 4 ounces.

native fish

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E.g.
  • A total of 26 native fish species of the Yangtze basin are farmed.
  • There are 24 native fish species and subspecies in Fuxian Lake, including 11 endemics.
  • The lionfish has an appetite for native fish and crustaceans is able to spawn year-round.
E.g.
  • Evidence for cultural transmission has also been shown in wild fish populations.
  • The tensions from the declining fish populations in the 1940s had begun to boil over.
  • Forage fish populations are very vulnerable when faced with modern fishing equipment.

fish farming

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E.g.
  • The main industries are fishery, fish farming and asparagus farming.
  • Other minor trades are "damar" collecting, fish farming, and rattan.
  • In 1971, The fish farming project started alongside the reforestation project.

fish stocks

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E.g.
  • The decline in wild fish stocks has increased the demand for farmed fish.
  • This is an area known to have considerable fish stocks, sustaining an active fisheries industry.
  • Cutting-off the lakes will also prevent the regeneration of fish stocks, particularly migratory fish.

aquarium fish

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E.g.
  • Several of these species are popular aquarium fish.
  • Some of these species are popular aquarium fish.
  • Many of these species are popular aquarium fish.

fish processing

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E.g.
  • He subsequently worked in a fish processing company.
  • It was then given over to serve as a fish processing plant.
  • Astoria's economy centered on fishing, fish processing, and lumber.

fish and wildlife

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E.g.
  • He served in the Game Enforcement Division, enforcing fish and wildlife laws.
  • Benefits include irrigation, flood control, fish and wildlife enhancement, and recreation.
  • The State of New Mexico stated that delivering water to sustain fish and wildlife was not a beneficial use.

such as fish

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E.g.
  • Many shapes such as fish, guanmao, birds and dragons are used.
  • Too much copper in water may damage marine and freshwater organisms such as fish and molluscs.
  • These conical teeth are used to catch swift prey such as fish, squid or large mammals, such as seal.

fish endemic

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E.g.
  • Bangana wui Bangana wui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.
  • Bangana zhui Bangana zhui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.
  • Rhinogobio typus Rhinogobio typus is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.

many fish

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E.g.
  • Such events are widespread in many fish species and populations.
  • It prefers areas with shallow and calm water, sandy banks and many fish (especially cyprinids).
  • The reservoir is also known to hold many fish including carp, smallmouth bass, perch, and tiger musky.

fish sauce

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E.g.
  • Some describe Balichão as a fish sauce.
  • It is seasoned with sweet soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar, and black pepper.
  • "Garum" is a fish sauce which was consumed in great amounts in the Roman Empire.

fish that lived

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E.g.
  • Orthogonikleithrus Orthogonikleithrus is a genus of extinct ray-finned fish that lived during the Late Jurassic period.
  • Carolowilhelmina Carolowilhelmina geognostica is an extinct arthrodire placoderm fish that lived in the Late Eifelian epoch (of Middle Devonian) of Spain.

catch fish

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E.g.
  • They sometimes also hunt insects on land and catch fish from rivers on Kerguelen.
  • Bornean orangutans have been sighted using spears to attempt (unsuccessfully) to catch fish.
  • He does go straight, gets a job, and when he is laid off he takes to helping Dhondu catch fish.

tropical fish

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E.g.
  • Kokotuku's reefs are home to a wide variety of tropical fish.
  • When he was 14 he started a small business breeding tropical fish.
  • This bottom-dwelling tropical fish is found in mainland Southeast Asia.

variety of fish

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E.g.
  • The atoll attracts a wide variety of fish in large numbers.
  • Their first self-owned label was "Croaker", named for the common variety of fish.
  • However, the variety of fish will inevitably diminish with time as more fish species become overfished.

genus of fish

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  • Ecsenius Ecsenius is a large genus of fish in the family Blenniidae.
  • Alosa Alosa is a genus of fish, the river herrings, in the family Clupeidae.
  • Nemanthias Nemanthias is a genus of fish in the subfamily Anthiadinae of the family Serranidae.

fish belonging

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  • Macrognathus siamensis Macrognathus siamensis is a tropical fish belonging to the family Mastacembelidae.
  • Parabembras curta Parabembras curta, is a species of sprat-like flathead fish belonging to the family Parabembridae.
  • Acanthurus leucosternon Acanthurus leucosternon is a marine tropical fish belonging to the surgeonfish family, Acanthuridae.

fish ponds

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E.g.
  • Just east of the moated site are the remains of fish ponds.
  • Hawaiians constructed oceanic fish ponds.
  • One of the supposed fish ponds is among the farm buildings and is overgrown.

larger fish

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  • They are also known to attack larger fish than themselves.
  • The adults primarily consume larger fish.
  • Predators include other larger fish, seabirds and marine mammals.

predatory fish

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E.g.
  • If the small fish is eaten by a predatory fish, its muscles too can become infected.
  • The extinct predatory fish "Dunkleosteus" had sharp edges of hard exposed bone along its jaws.
  • The polyps look like small sea anemones and contain toxins which deter predatory fish from eating the sponge.

dried fish

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E.g.
  • Prowse exported dried fish, canned lobsters and farm produce.
  • Ugali is served with a side dish (mboga) or dried fish, meat, or greens.
  • The Nisga′a also trade dried fish, seal oil, fish oil, blubber and cedar.

smaller fish

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E.g.
  • The dominant male snaps at smaller fish of other species.
  • It feeds on zooplankton, mainly crustacean and smaller fish.
  • For example: bacon, chicken, cuts of steak, and smaller fish.

fish traps

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  • It can be caught in fish traps and nets.
  • In Shrimp, teams had to collect of shrimp from fish traps in Tonlé Sap.
  • It is also often taken by small artisanal fisheries by various inshore fish traps.

fish native

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  • The West African bichir is a freshwater fish native to tropical West Africa.
  • Pronothobranchius Pronothobranchius is a genus of aplocheilid fish native to western Africa.
  • Tomeurus Tomeurus gracilis is a species of poeciliid fish native to South America, in Brazil, Surinam and Venezuela.

reef fish

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  • Potter's angelfish has a wide range and is a common reef fish.
  • These predators threaten native reef fish such as parrotfish and goatfish.
  • It is a reef fish, inhabiting reefs with both stony corals and soft corals.

fish population

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  • Illegal fishing and poaching are major problems which threaten the fish population.
  • To support the fish population there is a rich diversity of invertebrates, including the mayfly.
  • The Letsibogo dam was expected to support a permanent fish population similar to that of the Shashe Dam.

fish hatchery

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  • The Blue Hole is an artesian well that was once used as a fish hatchery.
  • The former fish hatchery at Bowman Bay became a part of the park in the early 1970s.
  • Reports from 1866 show that there was a fish hatchery where the Greenhorn end of Rollins Lake is today.

fish and shellfish

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E.g.
  • They lived largely by taking fish and shellfish from the waters.
  • Living beside the sea meant that fish and shellfish could be used for food.
  • Other agricultural products include dairy products and eggs, tobacco, fish and shellfish, and fruit.

fish pond

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The district became famous as a fish pond farming area.
  • Part of it has been turned into a fish pond.
  • After hiding her in the resort's fish pond, hijinks ensue.
E.g.
  • Bangana wui Bangana wui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.
  • Bangana zhui Bangana zhui is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.
  • Rhinogobio typus Rhinogobio typus is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to China.

types of fish

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  • There are 13 types of fish in the lake's ecosystem.
  • Other types of fish form an insignificant part of the Falkland Islands' catch.
  • The types of fish caught by this method are tuna, skipjack tuna, frigate and mackerel.

fish farms

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E.g.
  • Bryozoans have spread diseases to fish farms and fishermen.
  • There are some poultry farms, pig farms and fish farms also.
  • Presently the village is surrounded on all sides with fish farms.

dead fish

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E.g.
  • Its main diet is composed of zoo plankton and dead fish or insects.
  • Will and a few others set out to discover the source of the smell and find a huge dead fish on the beach.
  • Between December 28, 2010 and January 3, 2011, 100 tons of dead fish washed ashore on the Brazilian coast.

including fish

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  • They refrain from hunting land animals for fur by simply eating aquatic animals including fish.
  • This is one of the main water pollution problems, which may affect the surface water biota, including fish.
  • The decrease in fish stocks has led to the rise of aquaculture, including fish farming both on the coasts and in the interior.
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