Traducción de anchovy en Español:


anchoa, n.

Pronunciación /anˈtʃəʊvi//ˈænˌtʃoʊvi//ˈantʃəvi//ænˈtʃoʊvi/

nombrePlural anchovies

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    anchoa femenino
    • And I disagree with adding salt - anchovies and olives are salty - I only added pepper.
    • Preserved fish is the local speciality - especially tuna in oil and anchovies, which are salted in ceramic pots with weighted tops.
    • Sardines and anchovies swim to the beat of a 50-year climate cycle in the Pacific Ocean.
    • Barracuda eat squid and small fish such as sardines, anchovies, young mackerels and grunions.
    • As she was preparing to cook it, she happened to glance at the ingredients and noticed that it contained anchovies and fish stock.
    • The relationship between anchovies and sardines may not be so simple, he said.
    • In a mortar, pound the salt, garlic and anchovies to a paste.
    • The Brown Pelican's diet consists almost entirely of fish such as smelt and anchovies.
    • There's a wide ledge on the north side of the Arch at 25m, a good place to stop and watch a huge shoal of anchovies stream past.
    • At a larger size, they prey on fish such as smelt, anchovies, lamprey, shad and salmon.
    • According to Harris, the greatest concern is a trend toward fishing the Argentine anchovy, a staple penguin food.
    • Groups such as silversides, herrings and anchovies often congregate in feeding shoals numbering in the millions.
    • The rivers also provide fish, and there are several fisheries that produce mackerel, anchovies, and prawns.
    • Sardines haven't had the exposure of, say, anchovies or herrings.
    • Its primary food consists of sardines, anchovies, small mackerel, crabs, shrimp and squid.
    • Wild fish caught for farm feed include herring, mackerel, sand eels and anchovies.
    • Like anchovies and herrings, they are small, primitive fish belonging to the group known as clupeoids.
    • Their diet includes several fish species, such as anchovy, whiting and herring.
    • Adult halibut prefer a diet of small fish such as anchovies, sardines, and white croaker.
    • A rustling plateful of deep-fried whitebait with anchovies and a red onion dressing screamed out for a smack of chilli, but was still pleasing for all that.