any of a group of elongate elasmobranch, mostly marine fishes, certain species of which are large, voracious, and sometimes dangerous to humans.
jump the shark, Informal. to begin a decline in quality, popularity, relevance, etc., after reaching a peak:
Some TV shows have jumped the shark once a popular cast member left the show.
any of various usually ferocious selachian fishes, typically marine with a long body, two dorsal fins, rows of sharp teeth, and between five and seven gill slits on each side of the head
a person who preys on or victimizes others, esp by swindling or extortion
(archaic) to obtain (something) by cheating or deception
- Shark net
noun (mainly Austral) 1. a net for catching sharks 2. a long piece of netting strung across a bay, inlet, etc, to exclude sharks
- Shark patrol
noun 1. (mainly Austral) a watch for sharks kept by an aircraft flying over beaches used by swimmers
noun 1. any tactic used by a corporation to prevent a takeover by a corporate raider.
- Shark siren
noun 1. (mainly Austral) a siren sounded to warn swimmers of the presence of sharks