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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, Fish
halibuthal‧i‧but /ˈhæləbət/ noun (plural halibut) [countable]  DFHBFa large flat sea fish used as food
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halibutAdd halibut fillets, skin side up, and cook 3 to 4 minutes or until lightly browned.But the seafood also is good, particularly the California halibut, Cajun mako shark and teriyaki mahi mahi.Finally, we settle on a pepper filet from the standard menu, and a horseradish-crusted halibut.You know we could always have halibut or something, if it looks better or something.An indignity for the noble halibut and a waste of natural resources.Also try Pinot Noir with swordfish steaks or halibut with a black butter sauce.Plaice, sole, halibut and their relatives have become flat in a different way.
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