a net for catching fish.
a fabric having an open mesh resembling a fishnet.
being of an open-mesh weave:
(mainly US & Canadian) a net for catching fish
[fish-pleyt] /ˈfɪʃˌpleɪt/ noun 1. a metal or wooden plate or slab, bolted to each of two members that have been butted or lapped together. 2. Railroads Now Rare. a joint bar. /ˈfɪʃˌpleɪt/ noun 1. a flat piece of metal joining one rail, stanchion, or beam to another
- Fish poacher
noun a long narrow pan with high sides and a perforated rack, used to poach a whole fish at once Examples The oval fish poacher is 18 inches long. Word Origin cooking
noun 1. an odorless and tasteless high-protein food additive made from ground fish and suitable for human consumption. Abbreviation: FPC.
- Fish queue
humour (By analogy with FIFO – first-in, first-out) first in, still here. A joking way of pointing out that processing of a particular sequence of events or requests has stopped dead. Also “FISH mode” and “FISHnet”; the latter may be applied to any network that is running really slowly or exhibiting extreme flakiness. [Jargon File] […]