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tunny
American English: /ˈtəni/
British English: /ˈtʌni/

noun plural -nies or -ny

countable or uncountable
  • tuna
    Example sentences
    • During that time he had been the only angler to land a tunny fish by rod and line.
    • My grandfather owned a tunny boat that sailed out of Whitby each summer.

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