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Date: 1000-1100
Language: Late Latin
Origin: tructa type of fish with sharp teeth, from Greek, from trogein 'to bite'

trout

noun
     
trout
Related topics: Fish
trout
1 plural trout [uncountable and countable]HBF a common river-fish, often used for food, or the flesh of this fish
2

old trout

British English spoken an unpleasant or annoying old person, especially a woman

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