English to Japanese Meaning :: turtle

亀, 石亀
Turtle :
- カメカメ

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Noun(1) a sweater or jersey with a high close-fitting collar(2) any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
Verb(1) overturn accidentally(2) hunt for turtles, especially as an occupation

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(1) One of the main dishes was a soup - soft shelled turtle soup.(2) The traditional national dish is turtle ; conch is also popular, either served raw with lime juice and onions, or cooked as a stew, chowder, or fritters.(3) Pork and turtle are feast foods, with chicken also being reserved for special occasions.(4) The ball came to an end at 3am, when the waitresses served turtle soup.(5) However, several species of sea turtles continue to be endangered by the Omani taste for turtle soup.(6) Sea cow, turtle , and fish remain ceremonial dishes, along with bougna, a dish of steamed yams and meat cooked under hot stones.(7) She told me about Escoffier's cookbook and its recipe for turtle soup.
Related Words
(1) sea turtle ::
1. turtleneck ::
2. polo-neck ::
3. capsize ::
4. turn turtle ::
Different Forms
turtle, turtles
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