From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
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trouttrout /traʊt/ ●○○ noun 1 trout.jpg (plural trout) [countable, uncountable]HBF a common river-fish, often used for food, or the flesh of this fish2 old trout
Examples from the Corpus
troutThe Arundell Arms Hotel in Devon runs a variety of courses in wet and dry fly fishing for salmon and trout.Providing fresh trout for dinner was rarely a problem.Winnisquam has some good lake trout, so the guys say, but this part of Winnipesaukee is prime.Insects falling into the water during the summer provide a substantial proportion of the diet of trout.That includes eight lakes that will receive bonus trophy-size trout in the 5-to 12-pound class.The loch is full of wild brown trout; where a basket of thirty trout is the rule, rather than the exception.
Origin trout (1000-1100) Late Latin tructa type of fish with sharp teeth, from Greek, from trogein to bite