Noun(1) a French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then northward into the English Channel(2) a large fishnet that hangs vertically, with floats at the top and weights at the bottom
Verb(1) fish with a seine; catch fish with a seine
(1) they seine whitefish and salmon(2) the fishermen then seine the weir(3) Brother Mickey Moore MFV ├ö├ç├┐Sharlisa├ö├ç├û is continuing to seine fish.(4) In the Kodiak harbor, the salmon seine fleet was loading supplies and heading out for an opening the next day, and schools of inch-long smolt darkened the water.(5) A second seine netter has begun fishing from Kilkeel.(6) The two-day festival focused on the seine boat, which is the traditional fishing craft of the Iveragh Peninsula.(7) In the net lofts along the ship canal they tar their seine twine with paraffin to protect against salt water.(8) James continued to seine fish with his new boat.(9) I had always associated this fishery with a bay in Canada, in British Columbia, that is closed off with a curtain of seine netting after the spawny herring have entered it.(10) a seine boat(11) Success depended on dragging the seine close to the bottom and banks and closing it before fish escaped.(12) Cleaning the fish, and the mud-encrusted seiners , required more laughter and beer than skill and water.(13) Soon fish moved only after dark, forcing fishermen to set their seines at night.(14) The WDCS reports that Atlantic bottlenose dolphins are usually captured using speedboats and a seine net .(15) All the instructions were given in Irish in those days and when the spyer saw the fish he'd tell the captain and the seine net would be paid out.(16) Throughout the year, coastal fisheries staff wade into the shallow water along bay shorelines and drag fine-webbed seines .