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bream

noun [C or U] uk   /briːm/ ( plural bream or breams) us  
a type of fish that can be eaten, found especially in lakes and rivers sea bream a fish like a bream that lives in the sea
Translations of “bream”
in Chinese (Traditional) 東方歐鯿(食用淡水魚),鯛…
in Chinese (Simplified) 东方欧鳊(食用淡水鱼)…
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