noun, plural krill.
Origin of krill
Examples from the Web for krill
Contemporary Examples of 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.
We sell lots of krill sandwiches every day…We only realized recently how unique this is.
The film features a pair of lively Antarctic krill among its main characters.
Historical Examples of krill
I brought Mrs. Krill round and then left her with the kid, and walked off to Southampton.
Mrs. Krill asked me about the brooch, and wanted it, so I said I'd get it back.
I wanted to buy it for Mrs. Krill, but Beecot would not sell it.
Mrs. Krill wanted it, but I never knew it was of any particular importance.
Evidently the captain had told him all he knew, and appeared to be innocent of Krill's death.
noun plural krill
Word Origin for krill
1907, from Norwegian kril "small fry of fish."