Definition of sailfish in English:

sailfish

Syllabification: sail·fish
Pronunciation: /ˈsālˌfiSH
 
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noun (plural same or sailfishes)

A fish with a high, sail-like dorsal fin, in particular.
More example sentences
  • The fishermen also chartered a deep-sea fishing boat for the day while in the Seychelles, bagging boxfuls of bonito but failing to spot the prized sailfish or black marlin.
  • In summer, great shoals of gamefish arrive, including giant kingfish, barracuda, sailfish and bonito.
  • For game fisherman the great catches are marlin, sailfish, tarpon and bonefish.

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