Definition of argentine in English:

argentine

Line breaks: ar¦gen|tine
Pronunciation: /ˈɑːdʒ(ə)ntʌɪn
 
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adjective

archaic
Of or resembling silver: the argentine domes of our main course arrived
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  • Visible even from a distance, its argentine spires punctured the horizon with needles of light, whilst its great walls reflected the rays of the rising sun.

noun

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A small marine fish with a silvery sheen.
  • Family Argentinidae: two genera and several species, in particular Argentina silus of the North Atlantic
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  • A number of the deepwater species on the existing list, ling, argentines and Greenland halibut have been transferred to the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) and quotas regulation.
  • The Atlantic argentine (Argentina silus) is found from the Arctic waters of Davis Strait south to Labrador, as well as in other areas of the North Atlantic.
  • They are small fishes, growing up to 25 cm long, excepting the Greater argentine, Argentina silus, which reaches 70 cm.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French argentin, argentine, from argent 'silver', from Latin argentum.

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