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pol·lack / ˈpälək/ (also pol·lock) • n. (pl. same or -lacks) an edible greenish-brown fish of the cod family, with a protruding lower jaw. Found in the northeastern Atlantic, it is popular with anglers. • Pollachius pollachius, family Gadidae.

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pollack

pollack sea-fish allied to the cod. XVII. Earlier Sc. podlok (XVI), later podley; of unkn. orig.

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pollack

pollack (pollock) White fish, Pollachius virens, also known as coalfish.

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pollack

pollack: see cod.

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pollack

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