noun, plural krill.
Origin of krill
Examples from the Web for krill
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Over 40 percent of the krill caught by Japanese fisheries is now used as food.
But new trawling technologies developed in Norway are poised to multiply the annual krill harvest exponentially.
The film features a pair of lively Antarctic krill among its main characters.
We sell lots of krill sandwiches every day…We only realized recently how unique this is.
The truth, I take it, is to be found in Krill's past, before he took the name of Norman.
Whether he saw Mrs. Krill or not during that time Hurd did not know and, truth to say, he cared very little.
Then there can be nothing to conceal on the part of Mrs. Krill?
Paul might have been mistaken, but Mrs. Krill certainly seemed relieved.
"You want your material supplied to you perhaps," put in Mrs. Krill in a calm, contemptuous way.
British Dictionary definitions for krill
noun plural krill
Word Origin for krill
Word Origin and History for krill
1907, from Norwegian kril "small fry of fish."