Definition of 'shellfish'
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It also does fresh and smoked shellfish. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They produced a beautiful array of fish and shellfish. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are usually served as a garnish or on a platter of mixed shellfish with mayonnaise. Food Watch (1994)Guests were able to help themselves to platters of shellfish while waiters proffered metal buckets full of ribs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The large selection of fresh shellfish includes dressed crab from nearby Lymington. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With fish or shellfish this is deliciously bright, fresh and summery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Particularly good dusted over fish and shellfish, or with couscous salad. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Not surprisingly, fish and shellfish dishes are much favoured along the coast. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)The French have no qualms about eating shellfish with their fingers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The shellfish are cooked when shells have opened, discard any that are closed. The Sun (2014)Fish restaurants do sometimes serve them, but only as a garnish on the side of assorted shellfish platters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are fish and shellfish. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many people choose to eat shellfish at this time of the year, especially after acquiring a taste for them on holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2006)MANY fish and shellfish stocks in Scotland are in trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There was a very healthy respect for game, and fish, and shellfish. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Waitrose, for example, has made a real and commendable effort to source sustainable fish and shellfish across the board. Times, Sunday Times (2008)First, of course, fish and shellfish have the least amount of fat of any selection from the meat group. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Priority will be given to trucks carrying livestock, fresh produce such as shellfish and meat, or hazardous goods such as explosives. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Such an effect could trigger a chain of reactions through entire ecosystems, from whales to fish and shellfish, with huge implications for economies and wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'shellfish'
British English: shellfish /ˈʃɛlˌfɪʃ/ NOUN
A shellfish is a small creature with a shell that lives in the sea.
Fish and shellfish are our specialities.
- American English: shellfish
- Arabic: مَحَار
- Brazilian Portuguese: mariscos
- Chinese: 贝类
- Croatian: školjke
- Czech: korýš jedlý
- Danish: skaldyr
- Dutch: schelpdier
- European Spanish: crustáceo
- Finnish: äyriäinen
- French: coquillages
- German: Schalentier
- Greek: οστρακόδερμο
- Italian: crostaceo
- Japanese: 貝
- Korean: 조개
- Norwegian: skalldyr
- Polish: skorupiak
- European Portuguese: mariscos
- Romanian: crustaceu
- Russian: моллюск
- Spanish: crustáceo
- Swedish: skaldjur
- Thai: สัตว์น้ำประเภทมีเปลือก
- Turkish: kabuklu deniz ürünü
- Ukrainian: молюск
- Vietnamese: trai sò
Definition of shellfish from the Collins English Dictionary
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