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fish /fiʃ/
  • danh từ
      • freshwater fish: cá nước ngọt
      • salt-water fish: cá nước mặn
    • cá, món cá
    • (thiên văn học) chòm sao Cá
    • người cắn câu, người bị mồi chài
    • con người gã (có cá tính đặc biệt)
      • a queer fish: một con người (gã) kỳ quặc
    • all's fish that comes to his net
      • lớn bé, to nhỏ hắn quơ tất
    • to be as drunk as a fish
      • say bí tỉ
    • to be as mute as a fish
      • câm như hến
    • to drink like a fish
      • (xem) drink
    • to feed the fishes
      • chết đuối
    • bị say sóng
    • like a fish out of water
      • (xem) water
    • to have other fish to fly
      • có công việc khác quan trọng hơn
    • he who would catch fish must not mind getting wet
      • muốn ăn cá phải lội nước, muốn ăn hét phải đào giun
    • neither fish, fish, not good red herring
      • môn chẳng ra môn, khoai chẳng ra khoai
    • never fry a fish till it's caught
      • chưa làm vòng chớ vội mong ăn thịt
    • never offer to teach fish to swim
      • chớ nên múa rìu qua mắt thợ
    • a pretty kettle of fish
      • (xem) kettle
    • there's as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it
      • thừa mứa chứa chan, nhiều vô kể
  • nội động từ
    • đánh cá, câu cá, bắt cá
      • to fish in the sea: đánh cá ở biển
    • (+ for) tìm, mò (cái gì ở dưới nước)
    • (+ for) câu, moi những điều bí mật
    • ngoại động từ
      • câu cá ở, đánh cá ở, bắt cá ở
        • to fish a river: đánh cá ở sông
      • (hàng hải)
        • to fish the anchor: nhổ neo
      • rút, lấy, kéo, moi
        • to fish something out of water: kéo cái gì từ dưới nước lên
      • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) câu (cá), đánh (cá), bắt (cá), tìm (san hô...)
        • to fish a troud: câu một con cá hồi
      • to fish out
        • đánh hết cá (ở ao...)
      • moi (ý kiến, bí mật)
      • to fish in troubled waters
        • lợi dụng đục nước béo cò
    • danh từ
      • (hàng hải) miếng gỗ nẹp, miếng sắt nẹp (ở cột buồm, ở chỗ nối)
      • (ngành đường sắt) thanh nối ray ((cũng) fish plate)
      • ngoại động từ
        • (hàng hải) nẹp (bằng gỗ hay sắt)
        • nối (đường ray) bằng thanh nối ray
        • danh từ
          • (đánh bài) thẻ (bằng ngà... dùng thay tiền để đánh bài)
        Concise Dictionary
        fishes|fished|fishingfɪʃ
        noun
        +any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills
        +the flesh of fish used as food
        +(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Pisces
        +the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20
        verb
        +seek indirectly
        +catch or try to catch fish or shellfish

        Advanced English Dictionary
        noun, verb
        + noun
        (plural fish or fishes)
        Help Note: Fish is the usual plural form. The older form, fishes, can be used to refer to different kinds of fish.
        1 [C] a creature that lives in water, breathes through GILLS, and uses FINS and a tail for swimming: They caught several fish. + tropical / marine / freshwater fish + shoals (= groups) of fish + a fish tank / pond + There are about 30 000 species of fish in the world. + The list of endangered species includes nearly 600 fishes. + Fish stocks in the Baltic are in decline. + In the pool she could see little silvery fish darting around.
        See also - COARSE FISH, FLATFISH, SEA FISH, SHELLFISH, WET FISH
        2 [U] the flesh of fish eaten as food: frozen / smoked / fresh fish + fish pie + The chef's fish dishes are his speciality. + Fish forms the main part of their diet.
        Idioms: a fish out of water a person who feels uncomfortable or awkward because he or she is in surroundings that are not familiar
        have bigger / other fish to fry to have more important or more interesting things to do
        neither fish nor fowl neither one thing nor another: The hovercraft has always suffered from the fact that it is neither fish nor fowl.
        an odd / a queer fish (old-fashioned, BrE) a person who is slightly strange or crazy
        there are plenty more fish in the sea there are many other people or things that are as good as the one sb has failed to get
        more at BIG adj., COLD adj., DIFFERENT, DRINK v.
        + verb
        1 [V] ~ (for sth) to try to catch fish with a hook, nets, etc: You can fish for trout in this stream. + The trawler was fishing off the coast of Iceland.
        2 (go fishing) to spend time fishing for pleasure: Let's go fishing this weekend.
        3 [VN] to try to catch fish in the area of water mentioned: They fished the loch for salmon.
        4 [V +adv./prep.] to search for sth, using your hands: She fished around in her bag for her keys.
        Phrasal Verbs: fish for sth to try to get sth, or to find out sth, although you are pretending not to: to fish for compliments / information
        fish sth/sb<->out (of sth) to take or pull sth/sb out of a place: She fished a piece of paper out of the pile on her desk. + They fished a dead body out of the river.
        Collocation Dictionary
        noun

        1 animal that lives and breathes in water

        ADJ.

        freshwater, marine, salt-water, sea | tropical | predatory

        QUANT.

        school, shoal

        VERB + FISH

        catch, land
        He landed one very big fish.
        | breed, farm, have, keep
        fish farmed in Scotland He keeps tropical fish.

        FISH + VERB

        swim | hatch | bite
        The fish aren't biting (= biting at the bait)today.

        FISH + NOUN

        species | bowl, pond, tank | food | stocks
        the depletion of fish stocks

        2 fish as food

        ADJ.

        fresh | dried, frozen, salted, smoked | oily | red, white

        QUANT.

        bit, piece | fillet

        VERB + FISH

        eat, have | clean, fillet, gut, prepare, skin
        I cleaned and filleted the fish.
        | marinade | bake, cook, fry, grill, poach, steam | flake
        Remove the skin and flake the cooked fish.

        FISH + VERB

        taste
        This fish tastes funny.

        FISH + NOUN

        bone | cake, dish, finger, oil, paste, pie, sauce, soup, stock | market, shop | knife, slice

        PHRASES

        fish and chips, fish in batter
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