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Noun: saratoga  'ser-u'tow-gu [N. Amer], 'sa-ru'tow-gu [Brit]
  1. A species of large fish found in Australian rivers, it has a red or pink spot on every scale (Scleropages leichardti)
    - Australian arowana, Dawson River salmon, spotted barramundi, spotted bonytongue, Scleropages leichardti
Noun: Saratoga
  1. A battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated
    - Battles of Saratoga, battle of Saratoga

Derived forms: Saratogas, saratogas

Type of: fish species, pitched battle

Part of: American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, American War of Independence, genus Scleropages, Scleropages, War of American Independence

Encyclopedia: Saratoga, New South Wales