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mackerel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmackerelmack‧e‧rel /ˈmækərəl/ noun (plural mackerel) [countable, uncountable]  HBFa sea fish that has oily flesh and a strong taste smoked mackerel
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mackerelThat set our teeth on edge and bring our goose pimples rising like porpoises after mackerel.Examples of foods that contain beneficial fats are oily fish such as salmon, tuna and mackerel.Instead, eat more fish, particularly oily fish such as mackerel. 9.The oily fish, like mackerel and herring, are not generally very popular.In early April the excitement built up as the first shoals of mackerel were expected.Victorine was in the kitchen, ripping the silvery-blue skin off mackerel.It was an albacore, a member of the mackerel family, and must have weighed twenty kilos.He misses the roar of the crowd, the smell of the mackerel.
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