Definition of sild in English:

sild

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Pronunciation: /sɪld
 
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noun (plural same)

A small immature herring, especially one caught in northern European seas.
More example sentences
  • Packing Sild in a convenient can means these fish can be enjoyed in prime condition all year round.
  • I ate a nice tinned Sild last night.

Origin

1920s: from Danish and Norwegian.

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