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kipper

noun [C] uk   /ˈkɪp.ər/ us    //
a herring (= type of fish) that has been preserved by being treated with salt and then with smoke
Translations of “kipper”
in Spanish arenque ahumado…
in French hareng fumé et salé…
in German der Bückling…
in Chinese (Traditional) (醃後熏製的)鯡魚乾…
in Russian копченая рыба…
in Turkish füme, ringa balığı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (腌后熏制的)鲱鱼干…
in Polish kiper, śledź wędzony…
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