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plaice

noun [C or U] uk   /pleɪs/ ( plural plaice) us  
a sea fish with a flat, circular body, or its flesh eaten as food
Translations of “plaice”
in Spanish platija…
in Korean 가자미…
in Arabic بلايس (نوع مِن السمك)…
in Portuguese denominação de algumas espécies de linguado…
in French plie…
in German die Scholle…
in Catalan palaia…
in Japanese (魚)カレイ…
in Italian platessa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鰈…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欧鲽…
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