Traducción de hake en Español:


merluza, n.

Pronunciación /heɪk//heɪk/


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    merluza femenino
    • Ask your fishmonger what is best for grilling at this time of year - some suggestions are salmon, haddock, tuna, trout, hake, cod.
    • But what about a bigger selection of cheaper, often neglected but worthwhile fish such as skate, squid, hake, ultra-fresh mackerel, even good old herring?
    • Not only will the cuts apply to cod but will apply also to associated species such as whiting, haddock, sole, saithe, monk, plaice, prawns, hake and megrim.
    • Experts warn that continued intensive fishing would mean stocks of cod as well as other popular fish like hake and haddock might never recover.
    • The only other fish with three distinct dorsal fins are hakes and cods.
    • Experts want a total ban on cod, whiting and hake fishing in the Irish Sea, a measure that would affect about a fifth of the Irish fishing industry.
    • The main catches have been monk, megs, hake whiting and haddock.
    • Other species to be avoided include hake, monkfish, halibut, skate, blue ling, sea bass and shark because they are all threatened species, the guide says.
    • But if you can't find the best cod, then use chunky hake, haddock or sea bass fillets instead.
    • The hake industry is, commercially, the most valuable fishing industry in Namibia.
    • The bulletin said the contraction during the fourth quarter was reflected in the species such as demersal hake, horse mackerel and rock lobster.
    • Some of the fish should be firm-fleshed and gelatinous like halibut, eel, and winter flounder, and some tender and flaky like hake, baby cod, small pollock, and lemon sole.
    • The latest hamper included fresh turbot, hake and cod from Aberdeen Fish Market as well as Arbroath Smokies, smoked salmon and kippers.
    • The main species harvested are hake, horse mackerel and pilchard, whilst other species such as monk, anchovy, tuna and sole also contribute to this sector.
    • The bulk of the diet of large congers is made up of small fish, from cod and hake in deep water to mackerel and herring in shallow water.
    • It is only found in the muscles of amphibians and many fish species such as hake, yellowtail and pilchard.
    • Cod, hake, whiting, mackerel and skate as well as shellfish were pulled from the sea.
    • Fish such as hake, cod, tuna, swordfish, sole and sea bass could be on-grown by a ship restocking Spanish waters according to those behind the project.
    • The name, originally a German word, was a general one for any dried white fish, most often cod, but also pollack, whiting, hake, and others.
    • Except for the poor appearance of the very valuable demersal species, hake, monk, kingklip and sole, the vessels also experience a lot of trouble with the ever-growing number of seals in Namibian waters.