词根词缀记忆/谐音联想记忆 补充/纠错
谐音萨满召唤出来一个三文鱼 → salmon  …………
词源记忆来自拉丁语 salire,跳,冲出,词源同 sally,resilient.可能 因这种鱼喜跳跃而得名,或因 …………
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smoked salmon 熏鲑鱼
dog salmon 狗鲑
chum salmon 大麻哈鱼
chinook salmon 奇努克鲑
salmon stock 三文鱼库存
humpback salmon 细鳞大马哈鱼
salmon habitat 鲑鱼栖息地
salmon population 鲑鱼种群
salmon protection and restoration 鲑鱼保护和恢复
Eric planned to go fishing for salmon.
The salmon jumps in the waterfall.
Tom was dragged from his van and beaten unconscious by a gang of salmon poachers.
I prefer my salmon grilled with a touch of lemon and herbs.
Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health.
The salmon swim upstream to spawn in their native breeding grounds.
Gravlax, a popular Scandinavian dish, is made by curing salmon with salt, sugar, and dill. (Gravlax是一种受欢迎的斯堪的纳维亚菜肴,通过用盐、糖和莳萝腌制三文鱼制成。
Salmon can be found in both freshwater and saltwater environments during different stages of their life cycle.
Smoked salmon is a delicious addition to any breakfast buffet.
The chef recommends pairing the pan-seared salmon with a crisp white wine.
Salmon farming has become a major industry in coastal regions around the world.
Wild salmon often have a more vibrant color and distinct flavor compared to farmed salmon.
Many environmentalists are concerned about the impact of salmon farming on local ecosystems.
In addition to making procurements related to its core business, China Eastern has also placed orders for king crabs worth $1 billion from Russia and $500 million worth of orders for salmon from Chile.
The German company, as a participant of the exhibition for six consecutive years, exhibited 117 products including high-quality beef, imported salmon and European red wine.
Lin Ling is the freight manager of China Southern Airlines' cargo business in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and the transport of salmon from Europe to China is one of the projects that she has been responsible for.
As a fresh and perishable product, salmon has demanding requirements with respect to timeliness and storage temperatures.
The trade volume of imported seafood has been on the rise, and salmon is one of the varieties that see high import volumes.
In the first six months of this year, Norway exported 23,500 metric tons of salmon to China, up 67 percent year-on-year.
Meanwhile, sales value of these salmon shipments reached 1.97 billion yuan ($273.9 million), surging 95 percent year-on-year, according to the Norwegian Seafood Council.
In addition to salmon, China also imports a large amount of other seafood such as cod, trout and mackerel from Norway, the council said.
From 2020 until the present, China Southern has helped transport more than 20,000 tons of salmon from Europe to China, the carrier said.
Targeting quality fresh products including salmon, the flight will connect Santiago, capital of Chile, and Chengdu of Sichuan province, according to Fang Hong, general manager of Eastern Air Logistics' supply chain management subsidiary Fresh Port.
东方航空物流供应链管理子公司fresh Port的总经理方红表示,该航班将连接智利首都圣地亚哥和四川省成都,目标是三文鱼等优质新鲜产品。
Currently, the company imports between 40 tons and 50 tons of salmon from Chile a week.
We are glad to see that there is increasing demand for healthy and nutritious seafood, and what is more exciting is that apart from Norwegian salmon, which is already popular among Chinese consumers, people also favor other seafood choices, such as mackerel and Arctic cod.
The online space offers about 30 Chilean brands across categories like wine, salmon, olive oil, honey, fruit puree, seafood products and fresh fruit like cherries.
"We will continue to focus on overseas direct sourcing and the upstream supply chain to bring premium fresh products like cherries from Chile, durian and black tiger shrimp from Thailand and salmon from Norway to Chinese consumers," said Zhou Xiaozhou, general manager of the fruit and vegetable procurement division at JD Fresh.
During this CIIE, Metro brought about 130 imported products from 23 countries, including imported champagne, sparkling wine, salmon and bluefin tuna as well as Japanese Hokkaido rice.
Wu Cuiyi, a 30-year-old primary school teacher in Beijing, said: "Since three years ago, my family and I started to buy healthy foods imported from around the world, including almonds from the United States, milk and cheese from New Zealand and fresh salmon from Japan.
The new route will mainly be used for cold storage transport of Norwegian salmon to China, but other freights are also planned, said Marjut Linnajarvi, Nurminen's vice-president for sales.
For instance, it may transport salmon on its European route.
China is expecting faster and fresher salmon imports from Norway after e-commerce giant Alibaba formed a strategic partnership with the world's largest salmon farmer to make the fish more accessible to ordinary consumers.
Win-Chain, Alibaba's aggregated global sourcing platform for fresh food, on Thursday inked an agreement with Norway's Marine Harvest to cooperate on cold chain and delivery, offline catering and online sales operation of imported salmon.
On the same occasion the Norwegian company announced the opening of its first salmon processing plant in China in Shanghai, where it will work closely with Win-Chain on fueling its domestic business, according to its chairman Ole-Eirik Leroy.
Under the partnership, salmon's journey from Norway to the shelves of a Chinese shop can be effectively reduced to as little as 48 hours, he noted.
Chinese diners' growing appetite for premium seafood has exponentially driven Norwegian salmon exports to China.
The value of Norwegian salmon exports to China grew 544 percent year-on-year to 443 million Norwegian krone ($54.8 million) in the first half of this year, according to the Norwegian Seafood Council.
The nation's total salmon consumption could climb to 100,000 metric tons this year and 240,000 tons in 2025, Sigmund Bjorgo, director of the Norwegian Seafood Council for the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, told China Daily in an earlier interview.
Hema Fresh, Alibaba Group's online-to-offline food chain, signed an agreement on Tuesday with the Norwegian Seafood Council to increase salmon imports from the country.
Chinese consumption of salmon is expected to reach 240,000 tons by 2025, making China one of the top salmon export markets for the Nordic nation, executives from Hema and the agency said during a signing ceremony in Shanghai.
Under the direct procurement agreement, all Atlantic salmon from Norway are transported by air to China within 72 hours, during which they have adequate protection and refrigerant to maintain a refrigerator environment, or between 0 to 4 degrees, said Huang Ling, global direct procurement director for fresh produce at Hema.
The deal also comes as it became known authorities in China are allowing some rainbow trout to be labeled as salmon, which prompted a public outcry and upset the country's sushi lovers.
With the resumption of free-trade talks between China and Norway late in 2017, for example, salmon export to China has soared by 548 percent during the first six months of this year to 7,054 metric tons, compared to that of 2017.
“From gin to salmon, whisky to beer – we’ll be flying the flag for quality Scottish produce in China.
Dining choices include a bistro-like buffet with a do-it-yourself bagel bar, plus sandwiches and wraps such as a curried salmon salad with cucumber raita and baby spinach on a pumpernickel roll as well as a charcuterie board.
At 7Fresh, consumers in Beijing can browse and buy Ocean Family's global, directly purchased delicacies, such as fresh salmon delivered from Norway every week and fresh fish shipped from different locations in Japan.
Wuchang Group will also export six offshore fish farms to Norway to help upgrade the local salmon farming business.
It is the world's first offshore salmon farming equipment built using the same concept as semisubmersible installations in the offshore oil and gas drilling sector, said Yang Zhigang, chairman of Wuchang Group.
Customers choose their favorite foods, such as salmon or prime beef, which are cooked in store.
Norwegian seafood, led by Norwegian salmon, is becoming increasingly popular in the Chinese market.
"We have seen a very strong performance of Norwegian salmon exports to the Chinese market this year, which has grown 85 percent year-on-year.
So far, we have exported 35,000 metric tons of salmon with a total value of 4.5 billion Norwegian kroner," said Andreas Thorud, director of Norwegian Seafood Council China.
Chilean cherries, Norwegian salmon, New Zealand milk, French red wine and eye shadow and moisturizer from Japan arrive in fine shape at her door in just a few days.
In Qingdao, Shandong province, local Customs issued the province's first RCEP- and Indonesia-related certificate of origin to Qingdao SanMu Aquatic Products Co Ltd, which exported a batch of frozen salmon fillets.
"Every year, our company exports more than 20 million yuan worth of frozen salmon fillets to Indonesia and it is expected to save over 2 million yuan by way of tariff cuts the whole year," said Sun.
They will be promoting a variety of star seafood specially selected for the Chinese market, including Norwegian salmon, shellfish and king crab.
Many companies consider China to be among the most important markets or even the No 1 market," said Olivier Salmon, vice-president of Parfums Christian Dior Travel Retail China & Japan, who attended the opening ceremony.
"Salmon said he has a lot of confidence in China and Hainan province's consumer market.
In late autumn 2019, I was invited by a friend to a downtown clubhouse to taste Scottish salmon, which had just been showcased at the second CIIE.
To ring in the Chinese New Year (of the tiger), and to lift my spirits from the long shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, I used apps to buy Chilean cherries, Norwegian salmon, New Zealand milk and French red wine.
Li's company, owned by computer giant Legend Group, now holds 90 percent of Banque Internationale a Luxembourg, the largest independent bank in Luxembourg, and has bought one of the top 10 salmon producers in the world.
"We noted a strong interest among many Chinese businesses and consumers in Norwegian seafood products such as salmon, Arctic cod, cold-water prawns, red king crab and etc," he said.
China remains the most substantial market for Norwegian seafood in Asia, with products such as salmon continually expanding its market share.
According to data released by the NSC, in the first three quarters of 2023, China imported 31,400 metric tons of salmon from Norway, valued at 4.19 billion Norwegian kroner ($381.3 million) -- a surge of 63 percent and 89 percent respectively year on year.
Besides salmon, Norway exported significant quantities of Arctic cod, mackerel, and shellfish, among other seafood products, to China.
Thorud indicated a burgeoning interest from various Norwegian seafood companies in attending the expo, be it the nation's most prominent salmon farms, or medium and smaller family-run enterprises focused on mackerel and cold water prawn fishing.
With import ban on Japan, seafood industry seeks better alternatives in domestic sourcesThe Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in Northwest China, located far from the sea, used to transport seafood products such as salmon, Australian lobster and South American shrimp from coastal areas.
China has become one of the largest salmon importing countries globally, with Norway, Canada and Chile as the main suppliers, the GAC said.
The NSC is promoting four key products in the Chinese market, namely salmon, mackerel, cod and shellfish.
Fresh whole salmon from Norway showed exceptionally strong growth in the first three months, with export value to China spiking 80 percent year-on-year and volume up 42 percent.
A cargo aircraft carrying chilled salmon from Santiago, Chile, arrived recently at Changsha, Hunan province, ready to tease the taste buds of Chinese diners.
The salmon, weighing 3 metric tons, crossed three continents after a stopover in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and arrived at the Changsha Huanghua International Airport on Saturday.
It was the first time the chilled salmon from Chile had come through the port of entry.
After arriving, customs workers inspected the salmon immediately for a shortened clearance time.
China's first deep-sea fish farm, Shenlan 1-located in waters 120 nautical miles (222 kilometers) off Qingdao, Shandong province-has for the first time harvested cold-water Atlantic salmon that it cultivated.
However, off Qingdao, a mass of relatively cold water-roughly 500 billion cubic meters in areas of the Yellow Sea-enables salmon breeding, said Dong Shuanglin, a professor at Ocean University of China in Qingdao and a member of the expert team focusing on salmon cultivation.
"The temperature, quality and dissolved oxygen of the cold water provide favorable conditions for salmon," Dong said.
In June last year, the farm harvested 150,000 adult salmon of another species, the first to be harvested after the facility's completion.
Last week, it harvested its first Atlantic salmon, which is always well received in the marketplace.
China has major growth potential for salmon consumption, according to a report released in April by Joyvio Food, a Beijing-based company that is engaged in the breeding, processing and sales of aquatic products.
The per capita annual consumption of salmon in China is about 0.06 kilogram, while in Norway, Sweden and Finland, the amount varies from 6 to 8 kilograms, the report said.
Captive farming of salmon domestically will reduce logistics and labor costs, said Li Hong, vice-chairman of Deep and Far Sea Green Aquaculture, the Shandong company that runs the sea farm's salmon business.
"Compared with transporting salmon from abroad, which usually requires three or four days, salmon bred domestically will be fresher.
It can handle 3,700 tons of fish annually, including yellow croaker, grouper and Atlantic salmon.
The ship, coded Conson No 1, was another major project featuring the local government's efforts of tapping into the aquaculture market, after Shenlan 1, China's first deep-sea fish farming facility, harvested its first batch of cultivated salmon in June in the Yellow Sea.
Norway's Salmon also saw surging export volume to China, up 21 percent from 2019, in the first seven months this year.
Fresh salmon bowls, juicy beef burgers or foamy latte coffee are common lunch choices for office workers in downtown Shanghai.
The first batch of salmon cultivated in the open, warm waters of the Yellow Sea was collected and processed on Monday, signifying that Chinese consumers can relish domestic salmon products soon.
Around 3,000 salmon were collected from Shenlan 1, China's first deep-sea fish farm off Qingdao, Shandong province.
The company is in charge of salmon cultivation and manufacture at the Shenlan 1.
"Different from traditional methods, our company employs vacuum fish pump to catch salmon to avoid injuries to fish body that can be caused by collision and friction in the net.
According to Gu's calculation, it may take about 12 hours to deliver the salmon from the fish farm to dining tables in Qingdao.
"With the help of high integration density of processing procedures and cold chain, about 36 hours are needed at most to transport the domestic salmon all across the country," Gu said, adding that domestic foodies can savor fresh salmon and there is no need to wait four or five days for imported products.
Dong Shuanglin is a professor of Qingdao-based Ocean University of China and a member of the expert team involved in salmon cultivation.
Dong said its indicators concerning temperature, quality, and dissolved oxygen provide favorable conditions for salmon breeding.
"Salmon cultivation in cold sea waters in countries such as Norway, Chile and China has created a precedent to breed salmon in warm waters, the lowest latitude of salmon farm in the world," Dong said.
The Shenlan 1 also serves as an "intelligent cradle" for breeding salmon, he said.
The company said the salmon cultivated in the Shenlan 1 area tend to grow faster with better quality and are disease-free, a contrast to those in major production areas in the rest of world.
With suitable temperatures, the Shenlan 1 is expected to harvest 300,000 mature salmon with its annual production exceeding 1,500 tons and yearly value surpassing 100 million yuan, the company said.
Dong said the success of salmon cultivation in China suggests that the country's deep-sea aquaculture will likely grow a complete industrial chain as an increasing number of consumers have a fast-growing appetite for premium products.
The exploration of salmon cultivation is part of efforts made by the Qingdao West Coast New Area to build a pilot zone for a "marine granary".
TAFFEE's best-selling products are milk tea, which costs an average of 36 yuan and comes in different flavors, including salmon and codfish.
European exports of farmed salmon to China are gradually restarting after a temporary halt due to a coronavirus scare, two exporters and Norway's seafood marketing organization said on Monday, according to Reuters, CGTN reported.
Many Chinese buyers halted imports of salmon and the fish was removed from supermarket shelves after the novel coronavirus was found on a chopping board used to cut salmon at a large food market in Beijing last month.
Officials in China and Norway, one of the world's top farmed salmon exporters, later concluded that imported salmon wasn't the source of the contamination.
"Salmon exports to China are resuming, but Beijing is still under lockdown," Regin Jacobsen, CEO of Faroe Islands-based Bakkafrost, told Reuters.
Another major Nordic salmon producer also said exports had resumed, but that volumes were not increasing as quickly as after a previous halt at the start of the year due to coronavirus lockdowns in China.
The Norwegian Seafood Council said Norway exported 119 tons of fresh salmon to China in the first week of July, down 76 percent from the same week a year ago, but up from 58 tons the previous week.
Next up for plant-based food companies: chicken, fish, including salmon substitutes, and shellfish, including shrimp.
"With a greater variety of imported seafood flooding into China, consumers are able to taste a wide range of products as diverse as king crab from Russia, shrimp from South America, salmon from Norway and sea cucumber from the North Atlantic.
Future Cuisine, a producer and exporter of premium New Zealand seafood, is targeting consumers that crave the best with its export of king salmon, a rare species of salmon.
"Now more and more Chinese travel to New Zealand and can get a taste of king salmon that they will never forget.
Salmon exports from South American country Chile doubled year-on-year in the first six months of this year.

六级Salmon also carry dangerous chemicals as the fish migrate between rivers and the sea.