Definition of 'seafood'
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This is the place to come if you like seafood. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There are good seafood restaurants and pleasant walks here around the estuary and down to the sea. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Fresh fish and seafood is in abundance. The Sun (2008)Fish and seafood are always fresh and usually priced per kilo not per portion. Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)Now there are trendy beach cafes serving fresh local seafood. The Sun (2008)If you like fresh seafood the dishes here are fantastic. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The seafood restaurants are great and the surf beaches just up and down the coast are unbelievable. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Around harbours there are generally a number of places to sample fresh local fish and seafood. Collins Traveller - MallorcaIts coastal location makes it great for seafood restaurants. The Sun (2013)We tried the tasting menu swimming with fresh flavoursome seafood served with surprise elements including frozen yoghurt and chilli kicks. The Sun (2012)Walk straight off the sandy beach to the balcony bar or enjoy a glass of wine and seafood platter on the terrace. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We have had no cases of anyone getting ill from eating Gulf seafood. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The seafood and shellfish dishes are probably the best in France. Collins Traveller, Brittany (1993) Fish, seafood and eggs are also good choices. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was also a very large seafood platter, which included oysters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The answer is they swim around, eat seafood and make love. The Sun (2008)It's perfect for fresh local seafood prepared with a modern twist. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The seafood restaurants and fish and chip shops in the pretty town of Padstow are also within easy reach. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In medieval times, shellfish and other seafood became popular as a takeaway in seaside towns and London. The Sun (2008)The figures show that Vietnam is moving away from reliance on commodities like seafood, rice and coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'seafood'
British English: seafood /ˈsiːˌfuːd/ NOUN
Seafood refers to shellfish and other sea creatures that you can eat.
Let's find a seafood restaurant.
- American English: seafood
- Arabic: الَأطْعِمَةُ البَحْرِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: frutos do mar
- Chinese: 海鲜
- Croatian: morski rakovi, školjke i ribe
- Czech: mořské plody
- Danish: skaldyr
- Dutch: zeevruchten
- European Spanish: marisco
- Finnish: kala- ja äyriäisruoat
- French: fruits de mer
- German: Meeresfrüchte
- Greek: θαλασσινά
- Italian: frutti di mare
- Japanese: シーフード
- Korean: 해산물
- Norwegian: sjømat
- Polish: owoce morza
- European Portuguese: marisco
- Romanian: mâncare marină
- Russian: морепродукты
- Spanish: marisco
- Swedish: fisk- och skaldjur
- Thai: อาหารทะเล
- Turkish: deniz ürünü
- Ukrainian: морепродукт
- Vietnamese: hải sản
Definition of seafood from the Collins English Dictionary
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