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shoal

noun   /ʃəʊl/
a large number of fish swimming as a group cardumen We could see shoals of tiny fish darting around. Piranhas often feed in shoals.452
informal a large number of things or people montón In the summer, tourists visit the city in shoals.1265669
specialized geology a raised area of sand or rocks under the surface of the water bajío, banco de arena 1534
(Definition of shoal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shoal

noun /ʃəul/
a great number of fish swimming together in one place banco, cardumen The fishing boats were searching for large shoals of tuna.
(Definition of shoal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shoal”
in Vietnamese đàn cá…
in Malaysian sekawan…
in Thai ฝูงปลา…
in French banc (de poissons)…
in German der Schwarm…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鱼, 鱼群, 大批,大群(东西或人)…
in Turkish balık sürüsü/akını…
in Russian косяк, стая (рыбы)…
in Indonesian kawanan ikan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魚, 魚群, 大批,大群(東西或人)…
in Polish ławica…
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