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prawns

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  • prawns — prɔːn n. edible marine crustacean that resembles a shrimp v. fish for prawns, try and catch prawns (small edible crustaceans that resemble shrimp) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • prawns — Shrimp Shrimp, n. [OE. shrimp; probably so named from its shriveled appearance. See {Shrimp}, v.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) (a) Any one of numerous species of macruran Crustacea belonging to {Crangon} and various allied genera, having a slender body and long …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • PRAWNS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Prawns (album) — Infobox Album Name = Prawns Type = Album Artist = The Rebel Released = 2006 Recorded = Autumn 2003 Summer 2004 Genre = Rock Length = 48:10 Label = Junior Aspirin [http://www.junioraspirin.com/releases.html] therebel.co.uk… …   Wikipedia

  • Longjing prawns — Longjing prawns, also known as shrimp stir fried with Dragon Well tea, is a specialty of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, produced using the meat of live river prawns coated with egg white and moistened starch, fried in lard at a medium low… …   Wikipedia

  • beer and prawns night — noun an entertainment in which cold cooked prawns are offered as a meal accompanied by beer to drink …   Australian English dictionary

  • Be off like a bucket of prawns in the hot sun — 1. leave very quickly; be out of there; 2. become extremely rotten; stinking …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Be off like a bucket of prawns in the midday sun — 1. leave very quickly; 2. become extremely rotten; stinking …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Off like prawns in the sun — to leave quickly …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • be off like a bucket of prawns in the hot sun — Australian Slang 1. leave very quickly; be out of there; 2. become extremely rotten; stinking …   English dialects glossary

  • be off like a bucket of prawns in the midday sun — Australian Slang 1. leave very quickly; 2. become extremely rotten; stinking …   English dialects glossary


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