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escolar ‎(plural escolars)

  1. Any of several perciform fish of the family Gempylidae.
    • 2013 February 20, Helen Thomson, News Focus: Meat Scandal: What's On Your Plate?, New Scientist, Volume 217, Issue 2904, page 7,
      And Oceana's study revealed that 94 per cent of “white tuna” was not tuna at all, but escolar (Lepidocybium flavobrunneum). Consumption of more than 100 grams or so of this species causes severe diarrhoea.

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From Late Latin scholāris, from Latin schola.

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escolar m, f ‎(plural escolars)

  1. student; specifically someone who goes to school

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escolar m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural escolars)

  1. scholar; school

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From Late Latin scholāris, from Latin schola.

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escolar m, f ‎(plural escolares)

  1. scholar; school

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