Definition of 'kipper'
Example sentences containing 'kipper'
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They also smoke tuna, kippers and mackerel. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Full English and smoked kippers are also present and correct. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was only on swallowing that my brain realised the flavour was not as expected, but a cold paste made of kippers and fried eggs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Another healthy cooked dish is scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, or kippers packed with nourishing omega 3 fats. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'kipper'
British English: kipper /ˈkɪpə/ NOUN
A kipper is a fish, usually a herring, which has been preserved by being hung in smoke.
- American English: smoked herring
- Arabic: سَمَك الرَّنْكَة المُقَّدد المُدَخَّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: arenque defumado peixe
- Chinese: 腌鱼
- Croatian: usoljena dimljena haringa
- Czech: uzenáč
- Danish: kippers
- Dutch: zoute haring
- European Spanish: arenque ahumado
- Finnish: savusilli
- French: kipper
- German: Räucherfisch
- Greek: καπνιστή ρέγγα
- Italian: aringa affumicata
- Japanese: キッパー
- Korean: 훈제 청어
- Norwegian: røkt sild
- Polish: śledź wędzony
- European Portuguese: arenque fumado peixe
- Romanian: pește afumat
- Russian: копченая селедка
- Spanish: arenque ahumado
- Swedish: böckling
- Thai: ปลาคิปเปอร์
- Turkish: tuzlanıp tütsülenmiş ringa balığı
- Ukrainian: копчена риба
- Vietnamese: cá trích muối hun khói
Definition of kipper from the Collins English Dictionary
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