ščúka


ščúka
-e ž (ú) 1. sladkovodna roparska riba z velikim, račjemu kljunu podobnim gobcem: loviti ščuke; krapi, postrvi in ščuke; biti hiter kot ščuka / za večerjo je bila ščuka v omaki ♦ zool. morska ščuka do 1 m dolga, v obalnem pasu živeča morska roparska riba, Sphyraena sphyraena 2. ekspr. kdor svoj (družbeni) položaj brezobzirno izrablja v svojo korist: ni se dobro zameriti ščukam / politične ščuke

Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika . 2000.

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