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put-and-take Syllabification: put-and-take
Pronunciation: /ˌpo͝odənˈtāk/

Definition of put-and-take in English:

adjective

[attributive]
Denoting a system whereby waters are stocked with fish for anglers to catch.
Example sentences
  • Some of the money will be used to buy freshwater trout and perhaps catfish for stocking in urban waters for put-and-take fishing.
  • And the goal of the put-and-take operation is for the public to catch trout - as many as possible, as soon as possible.
  • The idea of the put-and-take program is, after all, to place catchable fish within reach of bank fishermen.

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