Definition of 'crayfish'
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American signal crayfish came second in the list of unwanted invaders. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The vastly bigger American signal crayfish has already blazed the trail. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For dinner I tried a fresh and delicious crab and crayfish salad. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then Per does something that tops the crayfish and the lobsters, the prawn mayonnaise and the smoked salmon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'crayfish'
British English: crayfish /ˈkreɪˌfɪʃ/ NOUN
A crayfish is a small shellfish with five pairs of legs which lives in rivers and streams. You can eat some types of crayfish.
- American English: crayfish
- Arabic: جَرَادُ البَحْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: lagostim
- Chinese: 小龙虾
- Croatian: slatkovodni rak
- Czech: rak
- Danish: krebs
- Dutch: rivierkreeft
- European Spanish: cangrejo de río
- Finnish: äyriäinen
- French: écrevisse
- German: Languste
- Greek: καραβίδα
- Italian: gambero d’acqua dolce
- Japanese: ザリガニ
- Korean: 가재 생선
- Norwegian: kreps
- Polish: langusta
- European Portuguese: lagostim
- Romanian: crevete
- Russian: речной рак
- Spanish: cangrejo de río
- Swedish: kräfta
- Thai: กุ้งชนิดหนึ่งคล้ายกุ้งก้ามกราม
- Turkish: kerevit
- Ukrainian: річковий рак
- Vietnamese: tôm sông
Definition of crayfish from the Collins English Dictionary
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