Definition of 'angling'
Example sentences containing 'angling'
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Why all this in an angling column? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both have angling clubs and day tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He threw himself into sea angling. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His angling column appears here on the first Monday of each month. Times, Sunday Times (2007)THE angling world is digesting a study that says fish feel pain when caught. The Sun (2009)Today she is sitting in a deep freeze waiting to be mounted, and the angling world is in mourning. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I can't stress how famous she was in the angling world. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Many in the angling world mourned the death, from old age, of the fish. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But how many big-game fishermen are there amid the angling world 's millions? Times, Sunday Times (2008)WOMEN are becoming hooked on what used to be seen as a man's sport - angling. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'angling'
British English: angling /ˈæŋɡlɪŋ/ NOUN
Angling is the activity of fishing with a fishing rod.
- American English: fishing
- Arabic: صيد بالصِنَّارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pesca ao anzol
- Chinese: 垂钓
- Croatian: pecanje
- Czech: rybaření
- Danish: lystfiskeri
- Dutch: hengelsport
- European Spanish: pesca con caña
- Finnish: onginta
- French: pêche activité
- German: Angeln
- Greek: ψάρεμα
- Italian: pesca
- Japanese: 魚釣り
- Korean: 낚시질
- Norwegian: sportsfiske
- Polish: wędkarstwo
- European Portuguese: pesca ao anzol
- Romanian: pescuitcu undița
- Russian: ужение
- Spanish: pesca con caña
- Swedish: fritidsfiske
- Thai: การตกปลา
- Turkish: olta balıkçılığı
- Ukrainian: вудіння
- Vietnamese: câu cá
British English: angling NOUN
Angling is the activity or sport of fishing with a fishing rod.
Definition of angling from the Collins English Dictionary
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