Definition of sea bream in English:

sea bream

Syllabification: sea bream

noun

A deep-bodied marine fish that resembles the freshwater bream, in particular.
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  • Seen by many as harbingers of climate change, octopus, sea bream, sunfish, turtles, and other marine creatures associated with warmer waters are turning up with increasing regularity.
  • For example, tarakihi is called sea bream or morwong and silver warehou, gemfish.
  • The dorades (which I have found are the equivalent of sea bream, of the porgy family) were on sale, and I bought two for a grand total of 7 euros.

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