/ briːm /
freshwater bream · sea bream
Prevedi bream na: francuski
ETYM Old Eng. breme, brem, French bręme, Old Fren. bresme, of German origin; cf. Old High Germ. brahsema, brahsina, OLG. bressemo, German brassen. Related to Brasse.
1. Flesh of any of various freshwater fishes of the families Centrarchidae of North America or Cyprinidae of Europe; SYN. freshwater bream.
2. Flesh of any of various saltwater fishes of the families Sparidae or Bramidae; SYN. sea bream.
Deep-bodied, flattened fish Abramis brama of the carp family, growing to about 50 cm/1.6 ft, typically found in lowland rivers across Europe.
The name bream is also applied to porgies, small-mouthed, deep-bodied marine fishes of the family Sparidae. The pinfish bream Lagodon rhomboides is found from Cape Cod S to the Gulf of Mexico. Several members of the North American sunfish family are also popularly referred to as bream.
Rečna bela riba, kesega, vrsta šarana, sinj, ploska. (mađ.)