Definition of trepang in English:
Another term for bêche-de-mer (sense 1).
- Certainly trepang from this trade reached China.
- The flesh of the trepang has to be drenched in water for a long time prior to cooking, in order to remove a lot of the gelatinous goo, or so I'm told.
- This trade included the abundant trepang harvested in north Australia.
Late 18th century: from Malay teripang.
Words that rhyme with trepangbang, Battambang, bhang, clang, Da Nang, dang, fang, gang, hang, harangue, kiang, Kuomintang, Kweiyang, Laing, Luang Prabang, meringue, Nanchang, Pahang, pang, parang, Penang, prang, Pyongyang, rang, sang, satang, Shang, shebang, Shenyang, slambang, slang, spang, sprang, Sturm und Drang, tang, thang, twang, vang, whang, Xizang, yang, Zaozhuang
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