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trout

noun uk   /traʊt/ us  

trout noun (FISH)

[C or U] ( plural trout or trouts) a fish that is a popular food, especially a brown type that lives in rivers and lakes or a silver type that lives in the sea but returns to rivers to produce its eggs: Thousands of young salmon and trout have been killed by the pollution. Loch Leven is famous for its trout fishing. [U] the flesh of this fish eaten as food: I love smoked trout, don't you?

trout noun (PERSON)

[C] ( plural trouts) UK informal an old person, especially a woman, who is unpleasant or not attractive: She's a miserable old trout who complains about everything.
Translations of “trout”
in Korean 송어…
in Arabic الأطروط (سَمَك نَهري)…
in French truite…
in Turkish alabalık…
in Italian trota…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魚, 鮭魚,鱒魚, 鮭魚肉,鱒魚肉…
in Russian форель…
in Polish pstrąg…
in Spanish trucha…
in Portuguese truta…
in German die Forelle…
in Catalan truita…
in Japanese ニジマス, トラウト…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鱼, 鲑鱼,鳟鱼, 鲑鱼肉,鳟鱼肉…
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