English to Nepali Meaning of shad - shad

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Definitions of shad in English
Noun(1) bony flesh of herring-like fish usually caught during their migration to fresh water for spawning; especially of Atlantic coast(2) herring-like food fishes that migrate from the sea to fresh water to spawn
Examples of shad in English
(1) Eel, catfish, carp, shad , herring, sturgeon and striped bass have all been fished commercially in the Hudson, and all have been found contaminated with PCBs at unsafe levels.(2) As a member of the herring family, shad , along with salmon and striped bass, are anadromous, meaning they live in the ocean but swim inland and spawn in fresh water.(3) Trouble began in the spring of 1816 when Judge Cooper built a weir, a fish trap, across the St. Jones River to catch migrating shad and herring.(4) A simple example of such behavior was the exchange of pickled fish (herring, shad , mackerel) for the salt cod preferred by slaves in most colonies.(5) Since shad and herring do not make nests and there was no clear, deep channel to concentrate them, fish tended to move around even more frantically.
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shad, shading, shadings, shads
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