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tunny

División en sílabas: tun·ny
Pronunciación: /ˈtənē
 
/
(also tunny fish)

Definición de tunny en inglés:

sustantivo

(plural igual or tunnies) chiefly British
1A tuna, especially the bluefin.
Example sentences
  • During that time he had been the only angler to land a tunny fish by rod and line.
  • My grandfather owned a tunny boat that sailed out of Whitby each summer.
1.1Tuna as food.
Example sentences
  • In those days the North Sea was full of tunny - the giant tuna - that were in gorging on shoals of herring and mackerel.
  • In eight days in 1952 he caught and landed seven tunny, totalling 4,581 lb.

Origen

mid 16th century: from French thon, via Latin from Greek thunnos.

Words that rhyme with tunny

bunny, dunny, funny, gunny, honey, money, runny, sonny, sunny

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