Definition of 'haddock'

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Example sentences containing 'haddock'

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And cod and haddock are low in calories. The Sun (2016)No more cod or haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tasty burgers, haddock and chips, and steaks are offered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The most common substitution was haddock for cod. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The cod or haddock and chips boast the winning combination of fresh ingredients cooked in fresh oil. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Northern fish and chip shops prefer haddock to cod. Smith, Drew Food Watch (1994)For years it was shunned by shoppers who preferred to stick to cod and haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You might have thought it was cod, or haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most of its cod and haddock ends up in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It goes deliciously well with simply cooked firm fish like lemon sole, cod or haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their range includes salmon and dill fishcakes, smoked haddock fishcakes and fish pies. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In the case of the haddock, large fish get a better price than small ones. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A fish supper need no longer be confined to familiar cod and haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I came expecting a smorgasbord of seafood and found only soggy haddock and chips. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I like it with almost equal quantities of smoked haddock to white fish. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We had haddock and chips. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The battered haddock and chips were as golden as a childhood summer, crunchy on the outside and moist and flaky within. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For me, it's a fantastic flavour and a great alternative to cod or haddock. The Sun (2013)Fish is also served a lot here, but not run-of-the-mill cod or haddock. Wood, Katie Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)Fish and chips (haddock or cod) is popular too. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fish is perfect for this treatment, particularly white fish such as haddock or cod, plaice or sole. Times, Sunday Times (2010)How will this new campaign persuade shoppers that, beyond cod and haddock, they have other fish to fry? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The nice lady asked if I'd like cod or haddock. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I enjoy scallops, while the haddock catches my partner's eye. The Sun (2012)

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Translations for 'haddock'

British English: haddock /ˈhædək/ NOUN
A haddock is a type of sea fish.
...fishing boats which normally catch a mix of cod and haddock.
  • American English: haddock
  • Arabic: حَدوق
  • Brazilian Portuguese: hadoque
  • Chinese: 黑线鳕
  • Croatian: koljak
  • Czech: treska
  • Danish: kuller
  • Dutch: schelvis
  • European Spanish: abadejo
  • Finnish: kolja
  • French: aiglefin
  • German: Schellfisch
  • Greek: βακαλάος
  • Italian: eglefino
  • Japanese: ハドック
  • Korean: 대구의 일종
  • Norwegian: hyse
  • Polish: łupacz
  • European Portuguese: cantaril
  • Romanian: eglefin
  • Russian: пикша
  • Spanish: merluza
  • Swedish: kolja
  • Thai: ปลาแฮดด็อก
  • Turkish: mezgit balığı
  • Ukrainian: тріска
  • Vietnamese: cá tuyết ê-fin


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