Is Fishes A Word
Does the word fish exist?
I think when fish is used in the plural, it means one species, but fish refers to many different types of fish. I especially see the word fish in the scientific text. Things like bony fish and cartilage fish: sharks, rays.
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Fish or fish
Although often used interchangeably, these words actually have different meanings. Poison is used as a single name or to describe a group of species patterns. Fish refers to a group of different types of fish.  Therefore, in the plural, these words can be used as follows:
There are three types of fish in my aquarium: guppies, platters and swordsmen.
There are actually two answers to this question: Yes, the word exists because many people use it.
Traditionally, however, fish is grammatically incorrect.
You can find fish in dictionaries ... especially in the latest version of the dictionary. This is because most dictionaries list words used in a language (this is called descriptive grammar). This is especially true of American or English dialects in Third World countries.
However, older dictionaries (especially those printed before 1970 and various British editions) are unlikely to have fish in stock. Dictionary histories can be important because most ancient dictionaries contain words based on written grammar (which should be listed as a word for perfect English speakers).
For example, five, GM has no reason to say three fish when the fish is collected twice. I suspect that the rest of the time the teacher followed the written instruction and used the information he heard about his family.
Pisces is a dictionary of words.