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tuna

noun uk   /ˈtjuː.nə/  us   /ˈtuː-/
B1 [C] (plural tuna or tunas) a large fish that lives in warm seas: shoals of tunaB1 [U] the flesh of this fish eaten as food: a can of tuna (fish)
Translations of “tuna”
in Korean 참치…
in Arabic سَمَكة التونا…
in Portuguese atum…
in Catalan tonyina…
in Japanese マグロ…
in Italian tonno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金槍魚, 金槍魚肉, 鮭魚肉,鱒魚肉…
in Russian тунец…
in Turkish ton balığı, orkinos…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金枪鱼, 金枪鱼肉, 鲑鱼肉,鳟鱼肉…
in Polish tuńczyk…
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