seafood

[see-food]
noun
any fish or shellfish from the sea used for food.

Origin:
1830–40, Americanism

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seafood (ˈsiːˌfuːd)
 
n
edible saltwater fish or shellfish

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seafood
"food obtained from the sea," 1836, Amer.Eng., from sea + food.
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