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Definition of Trepang

Trepang
Trepang Tre*pang", n. [Malay tr[=i]pang.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of large holothurians, some of which are dried and extensively used as food in China; -- called also b[^e]che de mer, sea cucumber, and sea slug. [Written also tripang.] Note: The edible trepangs are mostly large species of Holothuria, especially H. edulis. They are taken in vast quantities in the East Indies, where they are dried and smoked, and then shipped to China. They are used as an ingredient in certain kinds of soup.
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Holothurian Hol`o*thu"ri*an, a. (Zo["o]l.) Belonging to the Holothurioidea. -- n. One of the Holothurioidea. Note: Some of the species of Holothurians are called sea cucumbers, sea slugs, trepang, and b[^e]che de m[`e]r. Many are used as food, esp. by the Chinese. See Trepang.

Meaning of Trepang from wikipedia

- Trepang may refer to: A marine invertebrate harvested by trepanging, thus: A common name for species of the holothuroidea (sea cu****ber) class of animals...
- Trepanging is the act of collection or harvesting of sea cu****bers, known in Indonesian as trepang, Malay těripang, and used as food. The collector, or...
- USS Trepang (SSN-674), a Sturgeon-class attack submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the trepang, Holothuroidea, a...
- Two submarines of the United States Navy have been named USS Trepang, for the trepang, a marine animal having a long, tough, muscular body, sometimes called...
- decades later in Arnhem Land. They were men who collected and processed trepang (also known as sea cu****ber), a marine invertebrate prized for its culinary...
- The first USS Trepang (SS/AGSS-412) was a Balao-class submarine in the United States Navy. She was named for the trepang, a marine animal sometimes called...
- harvested by hand from small watercraft, a process called "trepanging" after the Indonesian trepang. They are dried for preservation, and must be rehydrated...
- Arnhem Land each year to trade, harvest, and process sea cu****bers or trepang. This marine animal is highly prized in Chinese cuisine, for folk medicine...
- center in Sulawesi. One of its major industries is the trepang (sea cu****ber) industry. Trepang fishing brought the Mak****an people into contact with Indigenous...
- classic study of the Mak****an trepang industry accepts the start of the industry as about 1720, with the earliest recorded trepang voyage made in 1751, Regina...