Definition of bluefin in English:

bluefin

Syllabification: blue·fin
Pronunciation: /ˈblo͞ofin
 
/
(also bluefin tuna)

noun

The most common large tuna, which occurs worldwide in warm seas. It is probably the largest bony fish, and is very important as a food and game fish.
  • Thunnus thynnus, family Scombridae
More example sentences
  • The rapid advances in this tag technique have led to a wealth of new information on the physiology, behavior and distribution of northern and southern bluefin, bigeye, yellowfin and skipjack tunas.
  • Big fish - like swordfish and bluefin tuna - are attracted to fronts where cold and warm waters meet.
  • I want there to be hammerhead sharks and bluefin tuna around when my five-year-old son grows up.

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