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catalufa

Syllabification: cat·a·lu·fa
Pronunciation: /ˌkadlˈo͞ofə
 
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Definition of catalufa in English:

noun

Another term for bigeye (sense 2).
Example sentences
  • A torch shone down the walls will reveal bright red alfonsitos and the larger red and white catalufas, which have large eyes that glow in torchlight.
  • Some members of the family are also known as catalufas.
  • The fish identification card includes the Garibaldi, California's State Fish, yellowtail, bat rays, the extremely depleted bocaccio, the elusive popeye catalufa, & many more.

Origin

from Spanish.

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