Definition of fish finger in English:

fish finger

Line breaks: fish fin¦ger
(North American fish stick)

noun

British
A small oblong piece of flaked or minced fish coated in batter or breadcrumbs and fried or grilled.
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  • We've got degrees in computer gaming, gender studies and golf-course management, so degrees in potty training and the nutritional content of the fish finger are not exactly breaking new ground.
  • It launched a £25m advertising campaign in July aimed at giving the battered fish finger a healthier image.
  • I had the remainder of my kid's supper: old bits of fish finger, chips, and, later, half a panetonne with tea.

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