Fish

  • 41 fish — I UK [fɪʃ] / US noun Word forms fish : singular fish plural fish or fishes *** 1) [countable] an animal that lives in water and swims. It breathes by using its gills and moves by using its tail and fins. Saltwater fish live in the sea and… …

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  • 42 FISH —  Pour les articles homophones, voir Fiche et Phish. Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.   Sigles d’une seule lettre …

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  • 43 fish — noun 1 animal that lives and breathes in water ADJECTIVE ▪ freshwater, marine, saltwater, sea ▪ cold water, tropical ▪ aquarium ▪ …

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  • 44 fish — Synonyms and related words: C, C note, Chinook salmon, G, G note, Loch Ness monster, Sunapee trout, aerial torpedo, albacore, alevin, alewife, alligator gar, amber jack, anchovy, angel fish, angle, anguille, archerfish, argusfish, babe, bait the… …

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  • 45 fish — I n. 1) to catch (a) fish 2) baked; broiled; dried; filleted; fresh; freshwater; fried; frozen; saltwater; smoked fish 3) tropical fish 4) fish bite at bait; swim 5) a school, shoal of fish 6) (misc.) to drink like a fish ( to drink excessive… …

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  • 46 fish — [[t]fɪ̱ʃ[/t]] ♦♦ fishes, fishing, fished (The form fish is usually used for the plural, but fishes can also be used.) 1) N COUNT A fish is a creature that lives in water and has a tail and fins. There are many different kinds of fish. An expert… …

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  • 47 fish — [[t]fɪʃ[/t]] n. pl. (esp. collectively)fish, (esp. for kinds or species)fish•es 1) ich any of various cold blooded, aquatic vertebrates having gills, commonly fins, and typically an elongated body covered with scales: includes three unrelated… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 48 fish —   I a; pihi (rare); to fish, lawai a, ulawai a. See fishing grounds, fishhook, fishing rights, net, seine, trap, and names of individual fish.   Some fish names vary according to islands, and all fishermen do not agree.   Some fish have special… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 49 fish — fish1 noun (plural same or fishes) 1》 a limbless cold blooded vertebrate animal with gills and fins, living wholly in water.     ↘the flesh of fish as food. 2》 used in names of invertebrate animals living wholly in water, e.g. shellfish,… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 50 fish — see the fish always stinks from the head downwards fish and guests smell after three days there are as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it all is fish that comes to the net better are small fish than an empty dish …

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  • 51 fish — I. noun (plural fish or fishes) Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Old English fisc; akin to Old High German fisc fish, Latin piscis Date: before 12th century 1. a. an aquatic animal usually used in combination < starfish …

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  • 52 Fish — Стиль этой статьи неэнциклопедичен или нарушает нормы русского языка. Статью следует исправить согласно стилистическим правилам Википедии …

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  • 53 fish — 1. noun /ˈfɪʃ,ˈfɘʃ/ a) A cold blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills. Salmon is a fish. b) Any vertebrate that lives in water and cannot live outside it. God created all the fishes of… …

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  • 54 fish — 1) Hot guy. OMG! Look at the fish twirling his mustache over there, standing in the corner. 2) To describe something completely surreal or random. It comes from a joke How many surrealists does it take to change a light bulb? How many? Fish. Paul …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 55 fish — 1) Hot guy. OMG! Look at the fish twirling his mustache over there, standing in the corner. 2) To describe something completely surreal or random. It comes from a joke How many surrealists does it take to change a light bulb? How many? Fish. Paul …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 56 fish —    Used of a person in colloquial speech since the eighteenth century, especially in phrases like ‘an odd fish’, ‘a queer fish’. The word was sometimes specifically applied to a sailor. In modern American slang ‘fish’ can have many different… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 57 Fish —    Called dag by the Hebrews, a word denoting great fecundity (Gen. 9:2; Num. 11:22; Jonah 2:1, 10). No fish is mentioned by name either in the Old or in the New Testament. Fish abounded in the Mediterranean and in the lakes of the Jordan, so… …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 58 fish — Many species of fish lived in the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan. They were sometimes caught with a hook (Matt. 17:27) but more often by letting a net into the water in a semicircle and gradually drawing it ashore (Matt. 13:47–50). There was an… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 59 fish — fɪʃ n. type of cold blooded aquatic animal with fins and scales; other aquatic animals (Informal); flesh of fish; fellow, guy (used in combination i.e. odd fish, queer fish) v. catch fish; try to catch fish; search for fish; search; try to… …

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  • 60 fish*/*/*/ — [fɪʃ] (plural fish fishes) noun [C/U] I an animal that lives in water and swims, or the meat of this animal • fish and chips a meal of fish and long thin pieces of potato, cooked in hot oil[/ex] II verb [I] fish [fɪʃ] 1) to try to catch fish 2)… …

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