Definition of pickled fish in English:

pickled fish

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noun

[mass noun]
A traditional South African dish of fish prepared with onions in a vinegar sauce and flavoured with curry powder, turmeric, and other spices.
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  • A simple example of such behavior was the exchange of pickled fish (herring, shad, mackerel) for the salt cod preferred by slaves in most colonies.
  • One such flavoring agent used in ancient Greece and Rome was a pickled fish sauce called garum.
  • He stopped and picked out two pickled fish rolls.

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