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catfish
American English: /ˈkætˌfɪʃ/
British English: /ˈkatfɪʃ/

Translation of catfish in Spanish:

noun plural catfish or catfishes

  • siluro (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The presence of year-round rivers also provides Iraq with freshwater fish such as catfish and members of the genus Barbus.
    • Other fishes, such as catfishes and burbots, probably eat the young shovelnose sturgeons.
    • Especially well adapted to low or nonexistent light levels are several new species of electric fishes and catfishes.

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