Definición de creel en inglés:

creel

Saltos de línea: creel
Pronunciación: /kriːl
 
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sustantivo

1A large wicker basket for holding fish.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Most of the larger boats use single trawls while the smaller inshore vessels often fish by dropping creels in what supporters describe as a truly sustainable fishery.
  • I slipped the kokanee into a plastic bag, wishing that I hadn't lost the old wicker creel that was companion to Grandfather's cane fly rod, and our last fishing trip was over.
  • Planting those in my dear hubby's fishing creel will be a piece of cake.
1.1An angler’s fishing basket.
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  • While prowling around in our cluttered attic, this fanciful fishing creel my hubby never uses anymore caught my eye.
  • A word about those creels: Successful anglers really do keep their catch here; fishing is so carefully restricted that there's no need for rigid catch-and-release regulations.
  • All turf was brought home with horse car and creel.
2A rack holding bobbins or spools when spinning.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He said he believed that dust had remained on the looms and yarn creels when the workers returned after the summer shutdown.

Origen

Middle English (in sense 1; originally Scots and northern English): of unknown origin. sense 2 dates from the mid 19th century.

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