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bream1 British & World English

A greenish-bronze deep-bodied freshwater fish native to Europe

bream2 British & World English

Clear (a ship or its bottom) of weeds, shells, or other accumulated matter by burning and scraping it

Bream, Julian British & World English

(B.1933), English guitarist and lute player; full name Julian Alexander Bream. He formed the Julian Bream Consort for the performance of early consort music and revived and edited much early music. Britten, Walton, and others composed works for him

sea bream British & World English

A deep-bodied marine fish that resembles the freshwater bream, in particular:

sea bream in bream1 British & World English

Used in names of other fishes resembling or related to the bream, e.g. sea bream, Ray’s bream

Ray’s bream in bream1 British & World English

Used in names of other fishes resembling or related to the bream, e.g. sea bream, Ray’s bream

red sea bream in sea bream British & World English

A deep-bodied marine fish that resembles the freshwater bream, in particular:

black sea bream in sea bream British & World English

A deep-bodied marine fish that resembles the freshwater bream, in particular:

sea bream family in sea bream British & World English

A deep-bodied marine fish that resembles the freshwater bream, in particular:

Julian Alexander Bream in Bream, Julian British & World English

(B.1933), English guitarist and lute player; full name Julian Alexander Bream. He formed the Julian Bream Consort for the performance of early consort music and revived and edited much early music. Britten, Walton, and others composed works for him

bream English-Spanish

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