IPA: æbʌɫˈoʊni


  • (Canada, US, Australia) An edible univalve mollusc of the genus Haliotis, having a shell lined with mother-of-pearl.
  • (Canada, US, Australia) The meat of the aforementioned mollusc.

Examples of "abalone" in Sentences

  • Abalone are also gathered by diving.
  • One of the images says meat of abalone.
  • Benzocaine is used in abalone aquaculture.
  • Structure and properties of abalone shell.
  • Also, no mention at all of abalone farming.
  • This should be merged with the abalone article.
  • There are also concerns over abalone depletion.
  • The shell of the abalone is exceptionally strong.
  • Conditions in Hauganes are excellent for growing abalone.
  • Abalone software for protein modelling and visualisation.
  • So we set up camp on the beach which was nearly covered in abalone shells.
  • (Italy) and abulón, the Spanish source of our word abalone -- began 30 years ago in La Jolla.
  • (Italy) and abulón, the Spanish source of our word abalone -- began 30 years ago in California.
  • Raymond Chin Pang Shue was identified as the abalone diver who died in an incident that began at about 8: 30 a.m.
  • The total annual allowable catch of perlemoen, also known as abalone, has dropped rapidly over the years to the current 100 tons.
  • While investigating the case, police caught two Chinese nationals and a South African in possession of perlemoen (also known as abalone) on the farm Breelaagte, on the Cockscoombe road.

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