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fish [ fiʃ] n.鱼,鱼肉 vi.钓鱼

fish out 捞出;把…中的鱼捕尽

fish [fiʃ] n. 鱼;鱼肉 vi. 钓鱼;捕鱼

禁渔期 closed fishing seasons

中华人民共和国渔政渔港监督管理局 Administration of Fishery and Fishing Harbor Supervision of the PRC

Fishing-boat Industry Company 渔船工业公司

Fishing-boat Industry Company 渔船工业公司

Fishing Chair 钓鱼椅

Fishing Hook 鱼钩

Fishing Line 钓丝

Fishing Lure 鱼饵

Fishing Net 渔网

Fishing Reel 渔线轮

Fishing Tackle 渔具

Fishing Vest 钓鱼背心

Telescopic Fishing Rod 伸缩鱼杆

cold fish 冷酷无情的人

fish in troubled waters 混水摸鱼;趁火打劫

fish story 荒唐无比的故事

plenty of fish in the sea 比喻多得很

queer(strange) fish 怪人

She's not the only fish in the sea. 她并不是世界上唯一的女人.

汤 类
鱼丸汤    Fish ball soup
貢丸汤    Meat ball soup
蛋花汤    Egg & vegetable soup
蛤蜊汤    Clams soup
牡蛎汤    Oyster soup
紫菜汤    Seaweed soup
酸辣汤    Sweet & sour soup
馄饨汤    Wonton soup
猪肠汤    Pork intestine soup
肉羹汤    Pork thick soup
鱿鱼汤    Squid soup
花枝羹    Squid thick soup

No bathing, fishing allowed in this pond 此池塘禁止游泳,垂钓

salted jelly fish 海蜇皮

捕捞学 Fishing Science

life fish carrier

The bird dived into the water to catch the fish.

The man hauled the big fish into the boat.

People who fish and sail sometimes claim to have seen monsters in the sea.

She walked back and forth along the shore, anxiously waiting for the fishing boats to return.

The boat brought back a big catch of fish.

This fish won’t keep in such hot weather; we must eat it now.
天气这么热, 这鱼不能放久, 我们必须现在把它吃了。

Fish was a major source of protein for the workingmen.

Fish are plentiful in this lake.

Did you use to go fishing with friends?

Which do you prefer, fishing or mountain-climbing?

I prefer fishing to swimming.

Since different people like to do so many different things in their spare time, we could make a long list of hobbies, taking in everything from collecting matchboxes and raising rare fish, to learning about the stars and making model ships.

For many the day seemed an adventure, a long outing in the late summer sun—part liberation from home, part Sunday school picnic, part political convention, and part fish fry.

Fish cannot breathe out of water.

The fish is canned in the factory.

He doesn't care for fish.

Fishing boats were anchored all along the coast.

Many beautiful fish are fast disappearing because of the severe pollution.

We caught three little fishes.

The beach is a good place to fish from.

Scale the fish before cooking them.

They wrapped fish and chips in a sheet of newspaper.

The fish is still alive.

Do not teach fish to swim.

Go to the sea, if you would fish well.

It is a silly fish that is caught twice with the same bait.

All cats love fish but fear to wet their paws.

All is fish that comes to one's net.

All's fish that comes to his net.

Better are small fish than an empty dish.

Don't climb a tree to look for fish.

Fish begins to stink at the head.

He who would catch fish mush not mind getting wet.

If you swear you will catch no fish.

In a great river great fish are found; but take heed lest you be drowned.

In the deepest water is the best fishing.

It is a silly fish, that is caught twice with the same bait.

It is good fishing in troubled waters.

Never fry a fish till it's caught.

Never offer to teach fish to swim.

News is like fish.

The best fish smell when they are three days old.

The best fish swim near the bottom.

The great fish ear up the small.

There are as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it.

There's as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it.

Venture a small fish to catch a great one.

A Do you like fish, pork or chicken?
A 你喜欢鱼、猪肉还是鸡肉?
B I like fish and prawns very much. I love prawns. And I like vegetables, too.
B 我非常喜欢鱼和虾。我爱吃虾。我也喜欢蔬菜。
A OK. Well, there are lots of different fish dishes. Do you like hot and spicy food?
A 好。哦,这里有许多不同的鱼菜。你喜欢吃辣的吗?
B Yes, I do. What would you recommend?
B 是的,我喜欢。你要推荐什么?
A This is a delicious prawn dish, with chillies and garlic.
A 这是非常美味的虾,有辣椒和大蒜。
B That sounds good. I'll have that.
B 听起来不错。我就要这个了。

I like swimming, but I prefer diving.
I like meat, but I prefer fish.
I like coffee, but I prefer tea.
I like Shanghai, but I prefer Beijing.

A What shall we order? What would you like to eat?
A 我们来点写什么呢?你想吃点什么?
B Well, I really like fish.
B 嗯,我很喜欢吃鱼。
A OK, we can definitely order fish. They have great fish here.
A 好的,我们肯定能点鱼类菜肴。这儿做得鱼很好。
B Good. We can order some meat dishes too – and some vegetables ,noodles and soup.
B 太好了。我们可以点些其他肉类菜肴,还有蔬菜,面条和汤。

A OK, we’ve ordered some meat dishes, some soup and some fish.
A 好吧,我们来点写肉食,汤和一些鱼类菜肴吧。
B How about vegetable dishes? I like lots of different vegetable dishes.
Can we also order a fresh salad?
B 还有一些蔬菜如何?我很喜欢各种蔬菜。
A Good idea. Salad and vegetables are good for you.
A 好主意,沙拉和蔬菜对身体有益。.
如果你先要建议一些菜肴,或者食物种类,你可以说:How about . . . ? 。。。如何 ?

I’d recommend the fish.
I’d recommend the noodles.
I’d recommend the fried pork.
I’d recommend the mushroom dishes.

Do you like fish?
Do you like rice or noodles?
Do you like crab?
Do you like prawns?

I thought the vegetables were wonderful.
I thought the fish was not so good.
The service was slow.
The atmosphere was very good.

Fish and vesitors smell in three days.
Franklin Benjamin, American president

I think his fish is a little bigger than mine.他的鱼似乎比我的大了一点。

It is clear that fish is bigger than others and wins the championship.这一条明明比其他的大,而且会获胜的。

This will be the biggest fish ever.这是前所未见的大鱼吧?

no kidding? 不是开玩笑的吧?
a: i can finish two large pizzas in 10 minutes all by myself.
A: 我可以一个人十分钟内吃掉二个大比萨。
B: No kidding?
B: 真的啊?
这里的“No kidding?”也可说成“Are you serious?”、“Really?”、“Are you kidding me?”之类的话。
into ... 热衷; 喜爱(人、事)
a: hey, there’s very good thai restaurant down the street. would you like to go?
A: 嘿! 这里在过一点有一家很棒的泰国餐厅喔! 你想不想去呢
b: well, actually, i’m not really into spicy food. can we try something else?
b: 嗯...实际上, 我并不是很喜欢辣的食物。我们可以试试别的东西吗?
“into something” 是对某事「有兴趣」、 「喜欢」的意 思。好比 “i’m into fishing lately.”(我近来对钓鱼有兴趣。)“spicy food” 就是的辛辣 (hot ) 的食物。美国人中很多怕吃辣的东西。很多异国风味 (包括中餐)到了美国都要调整一下口味。原本较辣的东西, 都会改为所谓的「微辣」(mild)。

get lost 滚开
A stray cat was lurking outside the fish market and the ower yelled at it," Get lost!"

cold fish 冷酷无情的人

fish in troubled waters 混水摸鱼;趁火打劫

fish story 荒唐无比的故事

plenty of fish in the sea 比喻多得很

queer(strange) fish 怪人

She's not the only fish in the sea. 她并不是世界上唯一的女人.

- have other fish to fry 有其他要紧事要做
Come on out! Forget about the exam, You're got other fish to fry.

- Fish in troubled waters 浑水摸鱼
Don't tell him that we need that material badly, He is good at fishing in troubled waters and will take advantage of it.

The "Double Fish" brand is not so bad, the design is fresh and vivid.

接合板 fish

捕鱼 fish

查出 fish

鳔 [biào] /air bladder of fish/

鳔胶 [biào jiāo] /isinglass/fish glue/

拨刺 [bō cī] /splash (of a fish)/

捕捞 [bǔ lāo] /fish for (aquatic animals and plants)/catch/

捕杀 [bǔ shā] /hunt and kill (an animal or fish)/

捕鱼 [bǔ yú] /catch fish/fish/

不伦不类 [bù lún bù lèi] /neither fish nor fowl/nondescript/

不三不四 [bù sān bù sì] /dubious/shady/neither one thing nor the other/neither fish nor fowl/nondescript/

鲳 [chāng] /a type of fish/

钓 [diào] /to fish with a hook and bait/

簖 [duàn] /bamboo fish trap/

鹗 [è] /fish eagle/fish hawk/osprey/

鲕 [ér] /caviar/fish roe/

纲 [gāng] /head rope of a fishing net/guiding principle/key link/class (taxonomy)/outline/program/

鲠 [gěng] /blunt/fish bones/unyielding/

笱 [gǒu] /basket for trapping fish/

罟 [gǔ] /implicate/net for birds or fish/

黄鱼 [huáng yú] /yellow croaker (fish)/

雎 [jū] /(fish hawk)/osprey/

脍 [kuài] /chopped meat or fish/

鲲 [kūn] /sea-monster/young of fishes/

捞 [lāo] /fish up/

鳓 [lè] /(shad)/spermary of fish/

鳞 [lín] /scales (of fish)/

鸬 [lú] /fishing cormorant/

缗 [mín] /cord/fishing-line/string of coins/

筌 [quán] /bamboo fish trap/

鳃 [sāi] /gills of fish/

上网 [shàng wǎng] /be on the internet/stretch a net (in a sports game or for covering something)/be netted (of fish)/

掏 [tāo] /fish out (from pocket)/

掏 [tāo] /fish out (from pocket)/

鳐 [yáo] /ray (fish)/

喁 [yóng] /breathing (of fish)/

渔 [yú] /fisherman/to fish/

鱼 [yú] /fish/

鱼竿 [yú gān] /fishing rod/

鱼排 [yú pái] /fish steak/

渔业 [yú yè] /(n) fishing industry; fishery/

罩 [zhào] /cover/fish trap (basket)/shade/

鲰 [zōu] /(surname)/minnows/small fish/

{adj: Manx} of or relating to the Isle of Man or its inhabitants or their language
"the Manx fishing industry"
"there are few Manx speakers alive today"

{adj: Mauritanian, Mauritian} of or related to the island or country of Mauritius or its inhabitants
"Mauritanian tropical fish"

{adj: Samoan} of or relating to Samoa or its people or language or culture
"Samoan fishing industry"

{adj: aquatic} operating or living or growing in water
"boats are aquatic vehicles"
"water lilies are aquatic plants"
"fish are aquatic animals"
<-> terrestrial, amphibious

{adj: bicameral, two-chambered} consisting of two chambers
"the bicameral heart of a fish"

{adj: boned, deboned} having had the bones removed
"a boneless rib roast"
"a boned (or deboned) fish"

{adj: bony, boney} having bones especially many or prominent bones
"a bony shad fillet"
"her bony wrist"
"bony fish"
<-> boneless

{adj: bottom-dwelling} of or relating to fish and marine life that dwell on the bottom of a body of water

{adj: bottom-feeding} of or relating to fish and marine life that feed on the bottom of a body of water

{adj: caller} fresh
"caller fish"

{adj: carangid} of or relating to fish of the family Carangidae

{adj: chockablock, chock-full, chockful, choke-full, chuck-full, cram full} packed full to capacity
"chowder chockablock with pieces of fish"

{adj: cyprinid, cyprinoid} of or relating to members of fish family Cyprinidae

{adj: deep-sea} of or taking place in the deeper parts of the sea
"deep-sea fishing"
"deep-sea exploration"

{adj: diadromous} (used of fish) migratory between fresh and salt waters
<-> anadromous, catadromous

{adj: disparate} fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind
"such disparate attractions as grand opera and game fishing"
"disparate ideas"

{adj: dorsal} belonging to or on or near the back or upper surface of an animal or organ or part
"the dorsal fin is the vertical fin on the back of a fish and certain marine mammals"
<-> ventral

{adj: embellished, empurpled, over-embellished, purple} excessively elaborate or showily expressed
"a writer of empurpled literature"
"many purple passages"
"speech embellished with classical quotations"
"an over-embellished story of the fish that got away"

{adj: extinct, nonextant} no longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives
"an extinct species of fish"
"an extinct royal family"
"extinct laws and customs"
<-> extant

{adj: extraterritorial, exterritorial} outside territorial limits or jurisdiction
"fishing in extraterritorial waters"
"enjoying exterritorial privileges and rights"
<-> territorial

{adj: eyeless} lacking eyes or eyelike features
"eyeless fish that evolved in dark caves"
"an eyeless needle"
<-> eyed

{adj: fishlike, fish-like} resembling a fish
"an extinct fishlike vertebrate"

{adj: fishy} of or relating to or resembling fish
"the soup had a fishy smell"

{adj: homocercal} possessing a symmetrical tail that extends beyond the end of the vertebral column (as in most bony fishes)
<-> heterocercal

{adj: honest-to-god, honest-to-goodness, old, sure-enough} (used informally especially for emphasis)
"a real honest-to-god live cowboy"
"had us a high old time"
"went upriver to look at a sure-enough fish wheel"

{adj: improvised, jury-rigged, makeshift} done or made using whatever is available
"crossed the river on improvised bridges"
"the survivors used jury-rigged fishing gear"
"the rock served as a makeshift hammer"

{adj: isolated, marooned, stranded} cut off or left behind
"an isolated pawn"
"several stranded fish in a tide pool"
"travelers marooned by the blizzard"

{adj: make-believe, pretend} imagined as in a play
"the make-believe world of theater"
"play money"
"dangling their legs in the water to catch pretend fish"

{adj: most} (superlative of `many' used with count nouns and often preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number
"who has the most apples?"
"most people like eggs"
"most fishes have fins"
<-> fewest

{adj: naiant, swimming} applied to a fish depicted horizontally

{adj: persistent, lasting} retained; not shed
"persistent leaves remain attached past maturity"
"the persistent gills of fishes"
<-> caducous

{adj: piscatorial, piscatory} relating to or characteristic of the activity of fishing
"a piscatory life"

{adj: piscine} of or relating to fish

{adj: piscivorous} feeding on fishes

{adj: pretty} (used ironically) unexpectedly bad
"a pretty mess"
"a pretty kettle of fish"

{adj: scaly, scaley, scaled} having the body covered or partially covered with thin horny plates, as some fish and reptiles

{adj: smoked, smoke-cured, smoke-dried} (used especially of meats and fish) dried and cured by hanging in wood smoke

{adj: soft-finned} of or relating to fish with soft fins

{adj: spiny-finned} of or relating to fish with spiny fins

{adj: stocked, stocked with} furnished with more than enough
"rivers well stocked with fish"
"a well-stocked store"

{adj: tolerant, resistant} able to tolerate environmental conditions or physiological stress
"the plant is tolerant of saltwater"
"these fish are quite tolerant as long as extremes of pH are avoided"
"the new hybrid is more resistant to drought"

{adj: unregulated} not regulated; not subject to rule or discipline
"unregulated off-shore fishing"
<-> regulated

{adj: up, upward} extending or moving toward a higher place
"the up staircase"
"a general upward movement of fish"

{adj: vertebrate} having a backbone or spinal column
"fishes and amphibians and reptiles and birds and mammals are verbetrate animals"
<-> invertebrate

{adv: hardly, scarcely} almost not
"he hardly ever goes fishing"
"he was hardly more than sixteen years old"
"they scarcely ever used the emergency generator"

{adv: reputedly} by repute; according to general belief
"fish with reputedly poisonous flesh"

{n: Abramis, genus Abramis} European fishes

{n: Abudefduf, genus Abudefduf} damsel fishes

{n: Acanthopterygii, superorder Acanthopterygii} teleost fishes having fins with sharp bony rays

{n: Agassiz, Louis Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz} United States naturalist (born in Switzerland) who studied fossil fish; recognized geological evidence that ice ages had occurred in North America (1807-1873)

{n: Alepisaurus, genus Alepisaurus} slender scaleless predaceous tropical deep-sea fishes

{n: American plaice, Hippoglossoides platessoides} large American food fish

{n: Amphiprion, genus Amphiprion} damsel fishes

{n: Anabantidae, family Anabantidae} small freshwater spiny-finned fishes of Africa and southern Asia

{n: Anabas, genus Anabas} the type genus of the family Anabantidae; small fish that resemble perch

{n: Anguilliformes, order Anguilliformes, order Apodes} elongate fishes with pelvic fins and girdle absent or reduced

{n: Anomalopidae, family Anomalopidae} a family of fish including: flashlight fishes

{n: Antennariidae, family Antennariidae} frogfishes; tropical spiny-finned marine fishes having large nearly vertical mouths; related to toadfishes and anglers

{n: Antigonia, genus Antigonia} a genus of fish in the family Caproidae

{n: Apogonidae, family Apogonidae} bright-colored marine fishes that incubate eggs in the mouth

{n: Argentinidae, family Argentinidae} small marine soft-finned fishes with long silvery bodies; related to salmons and trouts

{n: Astropogon, genus Astropogon} a genus of fish of the family Apogonidae

{n: Atherinidae, family Atherinidae} small spiny-finned fishes of both salt and fresh water

{n: Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua} one of the world's most important commercial fishes

{n: Atlantic herring, Clupea harengus harengus} important food fish; found in enormous shoals in the northern Atlantic

{n: Atlantic salmon} fatty pink flesh of fish from northern coastal Atlantic; usually marketed fresh

{n: Belonidae, family Belonidae} ferocious fishes of warm regions resembling but unrelated to the freshwater gars

{n: Bermuda chub, rudderfish, Kyphosus sectatrix} food and game fish around Bermuda and Florida; often follow ships

{n: Berycomorphi, order Berycomorphi} an order of spiny-finned fish in the superorder Acanthopterygii

{n: Blenniidae, family Blenniidae} a family of fish including: combtooth blennies

{n: Bothidae, family Bothidae} a family of fish of the order Heterosomata

{n: Bramidae, family Bramidae} deep-bodied percoid fishes of the open seas

{n: Branchiostegidae, family Branchiostegidae} small family of marine fishes having covered gills

{n: Branchiura, order Branchiura} copepods with suctorial mouthparts; parasitic on fishes

{n: Brotulidae, family Brotulidae} chiefly deep-sea fishes related to the Ophidiidae

{n: Capros, genus Capros} a genus of fish in the family Caproidae

{n: Carangidae, family Carangidae} large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas

{n: Centropomidae, family Centropomidae} a family of fish or the order Perciformes including robolos

{n: Chaenopsis, genus Chaenopsis} a genus of fish of the family Clinidae including pikeblennies

{n: Chaetodontidae, family Chaetodontidae} butterfly fishes

{n: Characidae, family Characidae} tropical freshwater fishes of Africa and South America and Central America

{n: Chinese paddlefish, Psephurus gladis} fish of larger rivers of China similar to the Mississippi paddlefish

{n: Chondrichthyes, class Chondrichthyes} cartilaginous fishes

{n: Ciconiiformes, order Ciconiiformes} order of chiefly tropical marsh-dwelling fish-eating wading birds with long legs and bills and (except for flamingos) unwebbed feet: herons; storks; spoonbills; flamingos; ibises

{n: Coregonidae, family Coregonidae} soft-finned fishes comprising the freshwater whitefishes; formerly included in the family Salmonidae

{n: Coryphaenidae, family Coryphaenidae} large active pelagic percoid fish

{n: Cosmocampus, genus Cosmocampus} a genus of fish in the family Syngnathidae

{n: Crossopterygii, subclass Crossopterygii} fishes having paired fins resembling limbs and regarded as ancestral to amphibians

{n: Cyprinidae, family Cyprinidae} a family of fish including: carp; tench; roach; rudd; dace

{n: Cypriniformes, order Cypriniformes} an order of animals including almost entirely freshwater fishes: characins; loaches; carp; suckers; sometimes classified as a suborder of Ostariophysi

{n: Cyprinodontidae, family Cyprinodontidae} large family of small soft-finned fishes; killifishes; flagfishes; swordtails; guppies

{n: Devonian, Devonian period, Age of Fishes} from 405 million to 345 million years ago; dominance of fishes and appearance of amphibians and ammonites

{n: Dipnoi, subclass Dipnoi} bony fishes of the southern hemisphere that breathe by a modified air bladder as well as gills; sometimes classified as an order of Crossopterygii

{n: Discocephali, order Discocephali} small order of fishes comprising the remoras

{n: Echeneididae, family Echeneididae, family Echeneidae} fishes having a sucking disk on the head for clinging to other fishes and to ships

{n: El Nino southern oscillation} a more intense El Nino that occurs every few years when the welling up of cold nutrient-rich water does not occur; kills plankton and fish and affects weather patterns

{n: Embiotocidae, family Embiotocidae} viviparous percoid fishes comprising the surf fishes

{n: European bream, Abramis brama} European freshwater fish having a flattened body and silvery scales; of little value as food

{n: European flatfish, Platichthys flesus} important food fish of Europe

{n: European sea bream, Pagellus centrodontus} food fish of European coastal waters

{n: Exocoetidae, family Exocoetidae} flying fishes; closely related to the halfbeaks

{n: Gadidae, family Gadidae} large family of important mostly marine food fishes

{n: Ganoidei, order Ganoidei} a group of mostly extinct primitive bony fishes characterized by armor-like bony scales

{n: Gloucester} a town in northeastern Massachusetts on Cape Ann northeast of Boston; the harbor has been a fishing center for centuries

{n: Go Fish} a card game for two players who try to assemble books of cards by asking the opponent for particular cards

{n: Gonorhynchus, genus Gonorhynchus} slender cylindrical marine fishes lacking air bladders and teeth

{n: Hemipteronatus, genus Hemipteronatus} razor fish

{n: Hemiramphidae, family Hemiramphidae} halfbeaks; marine and freshwater fishes closely related to the flying fishes but not able to glide

{n: Heterostraci, suborder Heterostraci} extinct group of armored jawless fishes or fishlike vertebrate; taxonomy is not clear

{n: Holocentrus ascensionis} bright red fish of West Indies and Bermuda

{n: Hull, Kingston-upon Hull} a large fishing port in northeastern England

{n: Hypentelium, genus Hypentelium} a genus of fish in the family Catostomidae

{n: Ictiobus, genus Ictiobus} buffalo fishes

{n: Isospondyli, order Isospondyli} most primitive teleost fishes; all are soft-finned: salmon; trout; herring; shad; sardines; anchovies; whitefish; smelts; tarpon

{n: Jamaica dogwood, fish fuddle, Piscidia piscipula, Piscidia erythrina} 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

{n: Kisumu} a port city in western Kenya on the northeastern shore of Lake Victoria; fishing and trading center

{n: Krypterophaneron, genus Krypterophaneron} a genus of fish in the family Anomalopidae

{n: Leuciscus, genus Leuciscus} a genus of fish including: dace, chub

{n: Lophiidae, family Lophiidae} large-headed marine fishes comprising the anglers

{n: Lopholatilus, genus Lopholatilus} large brightly colored food fish of deep Atlantic waters

{n: Macrorhamphosidae, family Macrorhamphosidae} bellows fishes

{n: Malacanthidae, family Malacanthidae} short-headed marine fishes; often brightly colored

{n: Malacopterygii, superorder Malacopterygii} an extensive group of teleost fishes having fins supported by flexible cartilaginous rays

{n: Maxostoma, genus Maxostoma} a genus of fish in the family Catostomidae

{n: Microdesmidae, family Microdesmidae} worm fish

{n: Minamata Bay} a bay on the west coast of Kyushu; in the 1950s industrial wastes caused mercury poisoning among the Japanese people who ate fish from Minamata Bay

{n: Minamata disease} a form of mercury poisoning among people who ate fish from mercury-contaminated waters of Minamata Bay off Japan in the 1950s; characterized by severe neurological degeneration

{n: Morone, genus Morone} carnivorous fresh and salt water fishes

{n: Mugiloidea, suborder Mugiloidea} fishes distinguished by abdominal pelvic fins: families Mugilidae; Atherinidae; Sphyraenidae

{n: Myctophidae, family Myctophidae} deep-sea fishes comprising the lantern fishes

{n: Neuroptera, order Neuroptera} an order of insects including: lacewings; antlions; dobsonflies; alderflies; fish flies; mantispids; spongeflies

{n: Ogcocephalidae, family Ogcocephalidae} batfishes: sluggish bottom-dwelling spiny fishes

{n: Ophidiidae, family Ophidiidae} eellike marine fishes

{n: Ophiodontidae, family Ophiodontidae} fishes closely related to greenlings

{n: Osteichthyes, class Osteichthyes} a class of fish having a skeleton composed of bone in addition to cartilage

{n: Pacific herring, Clupea harengus pallasii} important food fish of the northern Pacific

{n: Pacific sturgeon, white sturgeon, Sacramento sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus} food and game fish of marine and fresh waters of northwestern coast of North America

{n: Panama City} a resort and fishing town on the Gulf of Mexico in northwest Florida

{n: Pediculati, order Pediculati} anglers and batfishes; spiny-finned marine fishes having pectoral fins at the ends of armlike processes and a long movable spine on the dorsal fin to lure prey to the large mouth

{n: Percidae, family Percidae} active freshwater fishes; true perches and pike perches

{n: Perciformes, order Perciformes, Percomorphi, order Percomorphi} one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses; tuna

{n: Pholidae, family Pholidae, family Pholididae} a family of fish of suborder Blennioidea

{n: Photoblepharon, genus Photoblepharon} a genus of fish in the family Anomalopidae

{n: Pisces, Fish} (astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Pisces

{n: Pisces, Pisces the Fishes, Fish} the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20

{n: Pisces} a group of vertebrates comprising both cartilaginous and bony fishes and sometimes including the jawless vertebrates; not used technically

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