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had·dock

 (hăd′ək)
n. pl. haddock or had·docks
A food fish (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) of northern Atlantic waters, closely related to and resembling the cod, but having a dark spot above each pectoral fin.

[Middle English haddok.]
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haddock

(ˈhædək)
n, pl -docks or -dock
(Animals) a North Atlantic gadoid food fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus: similar to but smaller than the cod
[C14: of uncertain origin]
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had•dock

(ˈhæd ək)

n., pl. (esp. collectively) -dock, (esp. for kinds or species) -docks.
a food fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of the cod family, of the N Atlantic.
[1275–1325; Middle English haddok]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haddock - lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than codhaddock - lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod; usually baked or poached or as fillets sauteed or fried
Melanogrammus aeglefinus, haddock - important food fish on both sides of the Atlantic; related to cod but usually smaller
fish - the flesh of fish used as food; "in Japan most fish is eaten raw"; "after the scare about foot-and-mouth disease a lot of people started eating fish instead of meat"; "they have a chef who specializes in fish"
finnan, finnan haddie, finnan haddock, smoked haddock - haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter
2.haddock - important food fish on both sides of the Atlantichaddock - important food fish on both sides of the Atlantic; related to cod but usually smaller
gadoid, gadoid fish - a soft-finned fish of the family Gadidae
haddock - lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod; usually baked or poached or as fillets sauteed or fried
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Translations
حَدوقنَوع من سَمَك القَد
treska
kuller
kolja
koljakoljak
ýsaÿsa
ハドック
대구의 일종
juodadėmė menkė
pīkša
kolja
ปลาแฮดด็อก
cá tuyết ê-fin

haddock

[ˈhædək] N (haddock or haddocks (pl)) → eglefino m
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haddock

[ˈhædək] [haddock or haddocks] (pl) néglefin m smoked haddock
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

haddock

nSchellfisch m
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

haddock

[ˈhædək] neglefino (tipo di merluzzo)
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

haddock

(ˈhӕdək) plurals ˈhaddock ~ˈhaddocks noun
a kind of small sea fish.
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haddock

حَدوق treska kuller Schellfisch βακαλάος abadejo, merluza kolja aiglefin koljak eglefino ハドック 대구의 일종 schelvis hyse łupacz cantaril, hadoque пикша kolja ปลาแฮดด็อก mezgit balığı cá tuyết ê-fin 黑线鳕
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References in classic literature ?
Two nets had already been broken by the immense weight of congers and haddocks; three sea-eels plowed the hold with their slimy folds and their dying contortions.
Cast up fer your last trip, all you Gloucester haddocks. You won't see Gloucester no more, no more!"
There was kippered salmon, and Finnan haddocks, and a lamb's head, and a haggis--a celebrated Scotch dish, gentlemen, which my uncle used to say always looked to him, when it came to table, very much like a Cupid's stomach-- and a great many other things besides, that I forget the names of, but very good things, notwithstanding.