Definition of scrod in English:

scrod

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Pronunciation: /skrɒd
 
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noun

North American
A young cod, haddock, or similar fish, especially one prepared for cooking.
More example sentences
  • And if he's really hungry, he says he usually has some Atlantic white fish or some scrod.
  • In New England, scrod are very young cod or haddock, weighing only a pound or two.
  • She happily consumes her fishsticks, aka a heap of greasy breading wrapped around a three-micron-thick wafer of minced scrod.

Origin

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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