Definition of branzino in English:

branzino

Line breaks: bran|zino
Pronunciation: /branˈziːnəʊ
 
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noun (plural same or branzini /branˈziːni/)

chiefly US
A sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax), especially as an item on a menu: the whole roasted branzino was as fresh-tasting as if it had just been pulled from the sea
More example sentences
  • A grilled whole branzino lacked pizazz, compared with the other choices, despite a zesty gremolata.
  • Grilled branzino, boned tableside by an overconfident server, presented an unappetizing prospect of miscellaneous chunks and flakes.
  • I have tried virtually everything on the menu and my faves are any risotto, the octopus appetizer and the branzino.

Origin

Italian, 'sea bass'.

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