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British pronunciation/bɹˈiːm/
American pronunciation/ˈbɹim/
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a European freshwater fish with greenish-bronze scales, a deep body and flat sides, which is edible

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bream definition and meaning

What is "bream"?

Bream refers to a group of freshwater and saltwater fish species that are widely distributed across the world. They are characterized by their compressed bodies, deep profiles, and small mouths. Bream species vary in size and coloration, with common examples including the European bream, bluegill, and red bream. These fish are typically found in lakes, rivers, and coastal areas, where they thrive in various habitats such as rocky bottoms, submerged vegetation, and sandy flats. Bream are known for their omnivorous diet, feeding on a combination of small aquatic invertebrates, crustaceans, mollusks, and plant matter. They are highly sought after by recreational anglers due to their abundance, accessible locations, and willingness to take the bait. Bream is also an important component of commercial fisheries in many regions, serving as a valuable food source. Their adaptability and widespread presence make bream a popular and significant fish group across different fishing communities and ecosystems.

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any of numerous marine percoid fishes especially (but not exclusively) of the family Sparidae

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flesh of any of various saltwater fishes of the family Sparidae or the family Bramidae

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flesh of various freshwater fishes of North America or of Europe

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clean (a ship's bottom) with heat

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