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salt

 (sôlt)
n.
1. A usually whitish crystalline solid, chiefly sodium chloride, used extensively in ground or granulated form as a food seasoning and preservative. Also called common salt, table salt.
2. An ionic chemical compound formed by replacing all or part of the hydrogen ions of an acid with metal ions or other cations.
3. salts Any of various mineral salts used as laxatives or cathartics.
4. salts Smelling salts.
5. often salts Epsom salts.
6. An element that gives flavor or zest.
7. Sharp lively wit.
8. Informal A sailor, especially when old or experienced.
9. A saltcellar.
adj.
1. Containing or filled with salt: a salt spray; salt tears.
2. Having a salty taste or smell: breathed the salt air.
3. Preserved in salt or a salt solution: salt mackerel.
4.
a. Flooded with seawater.
b. Found in or near such a flooded area: salt grasses.
tr.v. salt·ed, salt·ing, salts
1. To add, treat, season, or sprinkle with salt.
2. To cure or preserve by treating with salt or a salt solution.
3. To provide salt for (deer or cattle).
4. To add zest or liveliness to: salt a lecture with anecdotes.
5. To give an appearance of value to by fraudulent means, especially to place valuable minerals in (a mine) for the purpose of deceiving.
Phrasal Verbs:
salt away
To put aside; save.
salt out
To separate (a dissolved substance) by adding salt to the solution.
Idioms:
salt of the earth
1. A person or group considered as embodying simplicity and moral integrity.
2. Archaic A person or group considered the best or most worthy part of society.
worth (one's) salt
Efficient and capable.

[Middle English, from Old English sealt; see sal- in Indo-European roots.]

SALT

 (sôlt)
abbr.
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salted

(ˈsɔːltɪd)
adj
1. (Cookery) seasoned, preserved, or treated with salt
2. informal experienced in an occupation

salt•ed

(ˈsɔl tɪd)

adj.
seasoned, preserved, or otherwise treated with salt: salted nuts.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.salted - (used especially of meats) preserved in salt
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
Translations
مُمَلَّح، مُقَدَّد
solený
sós
saltaîur, salt-
solený
soljen

salted

[ˈsɔːltɪd] ADJsalado, con sal

salted

[ˈsɔːltɪd] adj [water, butter] → salé(e)salt-free [ˌsɔːltˈfriː] adjsans sel

salted

adj nuts, butter, meat, fishgesalzen; highly saltedstark gesalzen; lightly or slightly salted butterleicht gesalzene Butter; salted herringsSalzheringe pl

salt

(soːlt) noun
1. (also common salt) sodium chloride, a white substance frequently used for seasoning. The soup needs more salt.
2. any other substance formed, like common salt, from a metal and an acid.
3. a sailor, especially an experienced one. an old salt.
adjective
containing, tasting of, preserved in salt. salt water; salt pork.
verb
to put salt on or in. Have you salted the potatoes?
ˈsalted adjective
(negative unsalted) containing or preserved with salt. salted butter; salted beef.
ˈsaltness noun
ˈsalty adjective
containing or tasting of salt. Tears are salty water.
ˈsaltiness noun
bath salts
a usually perfumed mixture of certain salts added to bath water.
the salt of the earth
a very good or worthy person. People like her are the salt of the earth.
take (something) with a grain/pinch of salt
to receive (a statement, news etc) with a slight feeling of disbelief. I took his story with a pinch of salt.

salted

adj salado, que tiene sal
References in classic literature ?
The efforts of Agafea Mihalovna and the cook, that the dinner should be particularly good, only ended in two famished friends attacking the preliminary course, eating a great deal of bread and butter, salt goose and salted mushrooms, and in Levin's finally ordering the soup to be served without the accompaniment of little pies, with which the cook had particularly meant to impress their visitor.
The sausage had only to watch the pot to see that the food was properly cooked, and when it was near dinner-time, he just threw himself into the broth, or rolled in and out among the vegetables three or four times, and there they were, buttered, and salted, and ready to be served.
There has been a significant demand lately for salted egg in restaurants, hotels and food catering services.
Eat notoriously high-salt foods - like cheese, bacon, ham, salted and roasted nuts and salami - in moderation and watch out for ready meals, pizzas, pasta sauces and bread.
HIGH SALT FOODS: Anchovies, bacon, cheese, gravy granules, ham, olives, pickles, prawns, salami, salted and dry roasted nuts, salt fish, smoked meat and fish, soy sauce, stock cubes, yeast extract In these foods, the salt content can vary widely between different brands or varieties.
In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook potatoes about 12 minutes, until crisp-tender.
Boiling eggs in salted water will make eggs peel easily.
Large-scale salt production at critical locations in China led to extensive trading of the seasoning and of salted foods, they propose.
The Romans called a man in love salax ("in a salted state"), which is the origin of the word salacious.
They generally adopt a very simple iodization method, and their output is widely consumed by other home-industries which produce salted fish, soybean sauce (ketchup), animal feed, seaweed, and canned food.
Friday's(TM) brand salted snacks which the Company commenced shipments of in October 2000.
Prepared foods that can be high in salt:Baked beans Biscuits - sweet and savoury Breakfast cereals Cooking sauces Hot chocolate Pizza Ready meals Soup Tinned spaghetti Tinned vegetables and pulses (with added salt) Anchovies Bacon Cheese Chips (if salt added) Crisps Gravy granules Olives Pickles Pretzels Salted and dry roasted nuts Salt fish Sausages Smoked meat and fish Soy sauce Stock cubes Yeast extract [source: Food Standards Agency]