Patagonian toothfish

noun

Definition of Patagonian toothfish

  1. :  a large, long-lived, deep-sea toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) that occurs in cold waters of the southern Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans and is caught commercially for food —called also Chilean sea bass — compare antarctic toothfish

1988

First Known Use of patagonian toothfish

1988


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