Definition of blowfish in English:

blowfish

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Pronunciation: /ˈbləʊfɪʃ
 
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noun (plural same or blowfishes)

Any of a number of fishes that are able to inflate their bodies when alarmed, such as a globefish.
More example sentences
  • You have the fish - your piranha, your suckers, your blowfish, your sharks, your bottom feeders, your overpriced tuna.
  • And not just any fish, mind you, but tasty ones, like flying fish, yellowtail and blowfish - the forbidden fugu - plus spiny, slimy things like ebi, abalone and crawfish.
  • Even the unlucky fisher who caught the most blowfish was rewarded at a family fishing event on the weekend.

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