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See the entry forpesca.
Presentél/ella/ustedconjugation ofpescar.
Affirmative imperativeconjugation ofpescar.


A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
1. (action)
a. fishing
A mi papá y a mí nos encanta la pesca.My dad and I love fishing.
b. angling (with a fishing rod)
En este río hay muy buenos sitios para la pesca.There are many good spots for angling in this river.
2. (fish caught)
a. catch
La pesca de hoy es la trucha arcoiris.Today's catch is rainbow trout.
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1. (acción)
a. fishing
ir de pescato go fishing
pesca de alturadeep-sea fishing
pesca de arrastretrawling
pesca de bajuracoastal fishing
pesca con cañaangling
pesca submarinaunderwater fishing
2. (captura)
a. catch
3. (colloquial)
y toda la pescaand all the rest of it
vinieron Luis, su hermano y toda la pescaLuis, his brother and the rest of the crew all came
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1 (actividad) fishing
allí la pesca es muy buena the fishing is very good there; ir de pesca to go fishing; andar a la pesca de to fish for; angle for
pesca a caña angling
pesca a mosca fly-fishing
pesca de altura deep sea fishing
pesca de bajura coastal fishing; shallow water fishing
pesca de la ballena whaling
pesca de perlas pearl fishing
pesca submarina underwater fishing
2 (lo pescado) catch
la pesca ha sido mala it's been a poor catch
... y toda la pesca ... and all the rest of it; ... and whatnot (familiar)
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