Definition of scaldfish in English:

scaldfish

noun

  • A small edible European flatfish of inshore waters, the fragile scales of which are easily scraped off, giving the appearance of a scald.

    Also called megrim
    • ‘These trends were shown both by commercially exploited species such as Atlantic cod and common sole, and others not targeted by fisheries including scaldfish and snakeblenny.’

Pronunciation:

scaldfish

/ˈscɔːldfɪʃ/