Associations to the word «Fishing»
FISHING, adjective. Of, about, or pertaining to the act of fishing.
FISHING, noun. (uncountable) The act of catching fish.
FISHING, noun. (uncountable) (informal) The act of catching other forms of seafood, separately or together with fish.
FISHING, noun. (uncountable) Commercial fishing: the business or industry of catching fish and other seafood for sale.
FISHING, noun. (countable) A fishery, a place for catching fish.
FISHING, verb. Present participle of fish
FISHING BOAT, noun. A boat used for fishing.
FISHING BOATS, noun. Plural of fishing boat
FISHING CAT, noun. A medium-sized cat whose habitat range extends through Indochina, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sumatra and Java; Prionailurus viverrinus.
FISHING CATS, noun. Plural of fishing cat
FISHING EXPEDITION, noun. (idiomatic) (legal) (US) (informal) (pejorative) A non-specific search for information, especially incriminating information.
FISHING EXPEDITIONS, noun. Plural of fishing expedition
FISHING GROUND, noun. An area of water used for fishing (usually a sea area).
FISHING GROUNDS, noun. Plural of fishing ground
FISHING HOOK, noun. A (generally barbed) sharp curved implement used to catch fish using a line.
FISHING HOOKS, noun. Plural of fishing hook
FISHING LINE, noun. A cord or line where the hook or lure is attached.
FISHING LINES, noun. Plural of fishing line
FISHING OWL, noun. A group of three species of African owls within the genus Bubo resembling the eagle owl.
FISHING POLE, noun. A pole used for fishing.
FISHING POLES, noun. Plural of fishing pole
FISHING ROD, noun. A rod, often made in sections, which carries a line used for angling and is used to support both the line and the reel and to cast the line.
FISHING RODS, noun. Plural of fishing rod
FISHING SPACE, noun. The space between the base and head of a rail in which a rigid steel bar is placed
FISHING SPACES, noun. Plural of fishing space
FISHING, noun. The act of someone who fishes as a diversion.
FISHING, noun. The occupation of catching fish for a living.
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