any of numerous marine sparid fishes, as Pagellus centrodontus, inhabiting waters off the coasts of Europe.
a porgy, Archosargus rhomboidalis, inhabiting the Atlantic Ocean.
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How to use sea bream in a sentence
Recently she found that sea bream larvae are extremely vulnerable to extreme heat—they can’t move much to escape warm waters, but young fish are very good at surviving them.Animals are finding surprising ways to adapt to rising temperatures | María Paula Rubiano A. | November 23, 2020 | Popular-Science
The migration of produce,” as Ooe coins it, “moves north in the warmer months, much like the sea bream.Chef Ooe Is Rehabbing Fukushima’s Food Scene at the Park Hyatt Tokyo | Brandon Presser | March 11, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Bisuccho, in Portuguese Besugo, the sea-bream (Sparus cantabricus).
A number of small parrot-fish, sea-bream, and mottled cod at once appeared and devoured the fragments.Rdan The Devil And Other Stories | Louis Becke
Soon after, it fell calm; and being in forty-two fathom water, the people caught a few sea-bream.
British Dictionary definitions for sea bream
any sparid fish, esp Pagellus centrodontus, of European seas, valued as a food fish
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