Definition of numbfish in English:

numbfish

Syllabification: numb·fish
Pronunciation: /ˈnəmfiSH
 
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noun (plural same or numbfishes)

An electric ray, especially a heavy-bodied Australian ray that lies partly buried on sand flats and estuaries and can give a severe electric shock.
  • Family Torpedinidae: many species, in particular Hypnos monopterygium
More example sentences
  • Numbfish are found on sandy or muddy, shallow, inshore bottoms or sandy patches in reefs and to depths of 250m.

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