branzino

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noun bran·zi·no \brän-ˈzē-(ˌ)nō\

Definition of branzino

plural

branzinos

  1. :  the mild-flavored flesh of a European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) We had grilled branzino (sea bass) from the Adriatic, served with crisp spinach leaves instead of salad. — Joseph Wechsberg, Gourmet, September 1973; also :  the fish Striped bass and branzino are two fish that can be either wild or farmed. — Erica Marcus, Newsday (Melville, New York), 21 Aug. 2008

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1879

First Known Use of branzino

1879


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