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sardine

noun   /sɑːˈdiːn/
a small sea fish that you can eat sardina
like sardines
If people are packed or squashed like sardines, they are positioned very close together so that they cannot move como sardinas We were squashed like sardines in the rush-hour train.
(Definition of sardine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sardine

noun /saːˈdiːn/
a young pilchard, often packed in oil in small tins. sardina a tin of sardines in oil.
(Definition of sardine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sardine”
in Korean 정어리…
in Arabic سَردين…
in Malaysian sardin…
in French sardine…
in Russian сардина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙丁魚…
in Italian sardina…
in Turkish sardalye, sardalye balığı…
in Polish sardynka…
in Vietnamese cá mòi…
in Portuguese sardinha…
in Thai ปลาซาร์ดีน…
in German die Sardine…
in Catalan sardina…
in Japanese イワシ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沙丁鱼…
in Indonesian sarden…
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