- digital audio broadcasting
- Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong (a pro-Beijing political party in the HKSAR)
- The shoal-forming fish Leuciscus leuciscus common in fast-flowing rivers in England and Wales.
- 1949: George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four, p28
- :Somewhere near at hand, though out of sight, there was a clear, slow-moving stream where were swimming in the pools under the willow trees.
- Any of various related small fish of the family Cyprinidae that live in freshwater and are native to North America.
- Any of various darting freshwater fish of the family Percidae, that are usually small and brightly coloured and are native to North America.
adjective (wikipedia, fish migration)
- (context, of a migratory fish) that travels between salt and fresh water
noun (pl=dogfish, pl2=dogfishes)
- Any of various small sharks, especially those from the families Scyliorhinidae, Dalatiidae and Squalidae.
- The bowfin.
- A carnivorous aquatic mammal inhabiting mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelf, continental shelves, famed for its intelligence and occasional willingness to approach humans.
- A fish, the mahi-mahi or dorado, scientific name Coryphaena hippurus, with a dorsal fin that runs the length of the body, also known for iridescent coloration.
- The dauphin, eldest son of the kings of France.
- A maritime semi submerged man-made structure usually close to shore see Wikipedia dolphin (structure)
- A large food and game fish of the of the Coryphaenidae family which is commonly found in tropical and subtropical waters. Also called mahi-mahi.
- (constellation) A small constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble a goldfish or swordfish. It lies between the constellations Pictor and Reticulum, and is notable for containing most of the Large Magellanic Cloud,
- (pathology) Swelling, edema, often from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD.
- 1911 The disease under which Addison laboured appears to have been asthma. It became more violent after his retirement from office, and was now accompanied by . " "Joseph Addison", S:1911 Encyclopí¦dia Britannica/Addison, Joseph, Encyclopí¦dia Britannica.
- Any hollow, cylindrical object.
- In particular, a percussive instrument spanned with a thin covering on at least one end for strike, striking, forming an acoustic chamber, affecting what materials are used to make it.
- In particular, a barrel or large cylindrical container for liquid transport and storage.
verb (drum, m, ed)
- The restaurant ordered ketchup in 50-gallon drums.
- (intransitive) (music) To beat a drum.
- (intransitive) To knock successively and playfully.
- Drumming one"s fingers on a table is often an expression of impatience or annoyance.
- (transitive) To drill or review in an attempt to establish memorization.
- He"s still trying to Spanish verb conjugations into my head.