turbots (plural noun)
  1. a European flatfish of inshore waters, which has large bony tubercles on the body and is prized as food.
    • used in names of flatfishes similar to the turbot, e.g. black turbot.
Middle English: from Old French, of Scandinavian origin.
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How to use turbot in a sentence?
turbot with a spiced sauce.
How to say turbot in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic الترس
Bosnian (Latin) iverak
Bulgarian (NOUN)Калкан
Cantonese (Traditional) 图尔博特
Chinese Simplified 图尔博特
Chinese Traditional 圖爾博特
Croatian iverak
Czech (NOUN)kambala
Danish (NOUN)pighvar
Dutch (NOUN)tarbot
Estonian harilik kammeljas
Finnish (NOUN)piikkikampela
French (NOUN)flétan noir
German (NOUN)Steinbutt
Greek (NOUN)καλκάνι
Hindi टर्बट
Hungarian nagy rombuszhal
Italian (NOUN)rombo
Japanese (NOUN)鰈, カレイ, ヒラメ
Korean 양식
Latvian (NOUN)ātes, ātēm, āte
Lithuanian otas
Maltese rombu
Norwegian Bokmål piggvar
Polish (NOUN)skarpa, turbota
Portuguese (NOUN)pregado
Querétaro Otomi Rodaballo
Romanian (NOUN)calcan
Russian (NOUN)тюрбо, палтусом, камбалы
Serbian (Cyrillic) иверак
Serbian (Latin) iverak
Slovak kambala Veľká
Slovenian (NOUN)romba
Spanish (NOUN)rodaballo
Swedish (NOUN)piggvar
Telugu టర్బాట్
Thai จัดอันดับ
Turkish (NOUN)kalkan
Ukrainian Калкан
Urdu ٹوربوٹ
Welsh lleden chwith
Yucatec Maya Rodaballo
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