noun, plural tench·es, (especially collectively) tench.
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When of a good size, as in Holland, they are a remarkably fine fresh-water fish, though not so delicate as carp or tench.
Carp is the chief stock; but tench and perch, eels and pike are raised.Highways & Byways in Sussex
There were three other fish in the aquarium, two tench and a gold carp.The Dawn of Reason
“And the great jack and chub and tench we used to fish out,” said Uncle Bob.Patience Wins
George Manville Fenn
Tench are tenacious of life, but sluggish and fond of lying at the bottom.