His subsequent work on causes including dolphin-safe tuna evolved into community work.
The fishing potential, mostly lobster and tuna, is not fully exploited.
tuna fishing and tuna processing plants are the backbone of the private sector, with canned tuna the primary export.
tuna tartare is one of those dishes that acts as a canvas for a chef's culinary sensibilities.
tuna fishermen have long made use of it, searching for dolphins in order to find fish.
Numerous scientific studies have shown that while you can tune a piano, you can't tuna fish.
The chunky fennel vinaigrette also goes well with tuna steaks or swordfish.
Four days earlier, she had been convicted of stealing a can of tuna and a carton of cream.
We ate tuna sandwiches and potato chips on paper plates that had been gnawed by mice.
Here an emulsion of tuna oil is stabilized with a fiber called chitosan and imaged using confocal microscopy.
British Dictionary definitions for tuna
noun (pl) -na, -nas
Also called tunny. any of various large marine spiny-finned fishes of the genus Thunnus, esp T. thynnus, chiefly of warm waters: family Scombridae. They have a spindle-shaped body and widely forked tail, and are important food fishes
any of various similar and related fishes
C20: from American Spanish, from Spanish atún, from Arabic tūn, from Latin thunnus tunny, from Greek
any of various tropical American prickly pear cacti, esp Opuntia tuna, that are cultivated for their sweet edible fruits