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Salt in English
add salt, season with salt; preserve in salt; scatter salt; spice up, make lively; fraudulently place expensive minerals within a mine to make the mine appear valuable sodium chloride, common crystalline mineral, table salt; element that provides zest or liveliness; experienced sailor; element that makes an expression poignant or caustic salty, having the flavor of salt; containing salt; preserved with salt; bitter, piquant, sharp series of talks between the United States and the Soviet Union for the purpose of limiting strategic nuclear arms (began in 1969)

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Salt in Greek
αλατίζω αλμυρός άλας, αλάτι

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Salt in Chinese (s)
加盐于, 用盐腌 盐, 刺激, 风趣 含盐的, 风趣的, 咸的

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Salt in Chinese (t)
加鹽於, 用鹽醃 鹽, 刺激, 風趣 含鹽的, 風趣的, 鹹的

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Salt in Arabic
ملح, تبل مالح, مملح, مرير إتفاقية الحد من سباق التسلح

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Salt in Spanish
echar sal a, poner sal a, salar, salpresar sal, cloruro de sodio, muera, sal de cocina salado, salinero sal, cloruro de sodio, muera, sal de cocina

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Salt in Russian
солить, засаливать, насаливать, просаливать, консервировать, придавать остроту, придавать пикантность соль, поваренная соль, солонка, нюхательная соль, изюминка, пикантность, слабительное, бывалый моряк, морской волк соленый, морской; горький, жгучий; непристойный, неприличный; солончаковый, слишком дорогой

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Salt in Dutch
zouten; specerijen strooien; zoutstrooien; inzouten; bedriegen (prijzen, etc) zout; "peper", smaak; pienter, matroos die lange tijd vaart zout, zilt, gezouten; ingezouten; gekruid Salt-besprekingen (besprekingen tussen de grote mogendheden over kernwapenbeperking)

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Salt in Portuguese
salgar; temperar; salpicar; guardar no sal; "inchar", falsificar (preços, etc...) sal; "picante", "picada", gosto; sal grosso; sagacidade salgado; saleiro; conservado no sal; "apimentado", temperado; aguçado, picante conversações para a limitação de armas estratégicas, conversações entre os E.U.A. e a U.R.S.S. sobre a redução de armas nucleares (iniciadas em 1969)

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Salt in Turkish
tuzlamak, salamura yapmak, tuzlayarak saklamak, biriktirmek tuzlu, tuz tuz, tuzluk, lezzet, tad, nükte, espri

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Salt in Italian
salare, condire con sale; conservare sotto sale; (fig) rendere sapido, dare sapore a; far apparire più ricco sale; cloruro di sodio; (fig) sapore, gusto; (fam) lupo di mare salato, salso; conservato sotto sale sale; cloruro di sodio; (fig) sapore, gusto; (fam) lupo di mare

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Salt in French
saler; assaisonner; mettre du sel; conserver dans le sel; "grossir"; fausser (prix) sel, "goût"; "grain de sel"; loup de mer; sagacité salé; au sel; conservé dans le sel, saumâtre, "salé"; épicé; sagace SALT, pourparlers entre les Grandes Puissances pour la réduction des armes nucléaires stratégiques

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Salt in German
salzen; würzen; einsalzen Salz; Pfeffer; Geschmack; Würze salzig; salzhaltig; mit Salz konserviert; "gepfeffert"; gewürzt; scharf Abrüstungs-Verhandlungen strategischer Waffen (Gespräche der Großmächte die als "Strategic Arms Limitation Talks" bekannt sind)

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Salt in Japanese
塩を加える; 塩をふりかける; 塩漬けにする; 鉱石を高価に見せるために不正に高価な鉱石の内側に鉱石を置く 塩化ナトリウム, 食塩; 刺激物; 経験豊富な船乗り; 痛烈な表現を作り出すもの しょっぱい; 塩を含んだ; 塩漬けの; 辛らつな 戦略兵器制限交渉, 戦略兵器の制限を設けることを目的とした米国とソ連の話し合い(1969年から開始)

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Salt in Hebrew
להמליח; לתבל; לזרות מלח; לשמר במלח; "לנפח", לזייף (מחירים וכו') מלח; "פלפל", "עוקץ", טעם; מלח ותיק; שנינות מלוח; מכיל מלח; משומר במלח; "מפולפל", מתובל; שנון, חריף שיחות סאל"ט (שיחות בין המעצמות הגדולות בדבר צמצום הנשק הגרעיני-Strategic Arms Limitation Talks)

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Salt in Korean
소금을 넣다, 소금으로 간하다; 소금에 저장하다; 소금을 뿌리다; (이야기 등에) 양념을 뿌리다, 생동적으로 만들다; 광산의 값을 높이기 위해 비싼 광물을 속여 넣다 소금; 염류; 생기를 불어 넣는 것; 풍미를 더해주는 요소나 성분; 경험이 많은 선원; 날카로운 기지, 신랄함 소금기가 있는; 소금에 절인; 쓴, 톡쏘는, 신랄한 전략 무기 제한 협상, 전략 핵무기 제한을 목적으로 미국과 소련 사이에 이뤄진 일련의 협상 (1969년에 시작)

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Salt in Swedish
salta; krydda; strö salt; konservera (med salt); förbättra, "snygga till" (räkenskaper etc.) salt; krydda; smak; (gammal) sjöbjörn; skärpa salt; salt-; saltad; kryddad, bitter SALT (samtal mellan stormakter rörande nedskärning av kärnvapen)

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Salt in English
Salt Used in alchemy for a fundamental principle of nature, a member of the triad mercury, sulphur, and salt, corresponding to spirit, soul, and body; or to fire (or air), water, and earth. Paracelsus regarded these as the mystical elements of all compound bodies. All forms of matter were reducible to one or other of them -- everything was either a sulphur, a mercury, a salt, or a compound. The philosopher's stone was said to be a compound of all three. Thus salt is the physical rudiment, as illustrated by the cubical crystals of common salt. Ancient thought regarded such elements as fundamental principles which manifest on various planes, nor did it make hard and fast distinctions between physical and nonphysical; but modern thought has given a fictitious reality to physical objects, and regards the ancient use of the terms as metaphorical. The veneration shown for salt was not a mere deification of its physical virtues, but a recognition of the salt-principle in nature, of which ordinary salt is merely a physical emblem. The well-known stimulant, flavoring, and preservative qualities of salt prove it to be a physical manifestation of an important principle; such phrases as bread and salt, and salt of the earth are therefore theosophy, as concerns not merely figures of speech but a use of salt in its more radical sense. For the same reason it played an important part, along with other substances, in sacrificial ceremonies.
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Common table salt or sodium chloride (NaCl).


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see throw salt on my game and salt your game

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salt
\salt\ (?), n. [as. sealt; akin to os. & ofries. salt, d. zout, g. salz, icel., sw., & dan. salt, l. sal, gr. &?;, russ. sole, ir. & gael. salann, w. halen, of unknown origin. cf. sal, salad, salary, saline, sauce, sausage.]
1. the chloride of sodium, a substance used for seasoning food, for the preservation of meat, etc. it is found native in the earth, and is also produced, by evaporation and crystallization, from sea water and other water impregnated with saline particles.
2. hence, flavor; taste; savor; smack; seasoning. though we are justices and doctors and churchmen we have some salt of our youth in us.
3. hence, also, piquancy; wit; sense; as, attic salt.
4. a dish for salt at table; a saltcellar. i out and bought some things; among others, a dozen of silver salts.
5. a sailor; -- usually qualified by old. [colloq.] around the door are generally to be seen, laughing and gossiping, clusters of old salts.
6. (chem.) the neutral compound formed by the union of an acid and a base; thus, sulphuric acid and iron form the salt sulphate of iron or green vitriol.
note: except in case of ammonium salts, accurately speaking, it is the acid radical which unites with the base or basic radical, with the elimination of hydrogen, of water, or of analogous compounds as side products. in the case of diacid and triacid bases, and of dibasic and tribasic acids, the mutual neutralization may vary in degree, producing respectively basic, neutral, or acid salts. see phrases below.
7. fig.: that which preserves from corruption or error; that which purifies; a corrective; an antiseptic; also, an allowance or deduction; as, his statements must be taken with a grain of salt. ye are the salt of the earth. v. 13.
8. pl. any mineral salt used as an aperient or cathartic, especially epsom salts, rochelle salt, or glauber's salt.
9. pl. marshes flooded by the tide. [prov. eng.]

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Indispensable as salt is to ourselves, it was even more so to the Hebrews, being to them not only an appetizing condiment in the food both of man, (Job 11:6) and beset, (Isaiah 30:24) see margin, and a valuable antidote to the effects of the heat of the climate on animal food, but also entering largely into the religious services of the Jews as an accompaniment to the various offerings presented on the altar. (Leviticus 2:13) They possessed an inexhaustible and ready supply of it on the southern shores of the Dead Sea. See: Sea, The Salt, THE SALT There is one mountain here called Jebel Usdum, seven miles long and several hundred feet high, which is composed almost entirely of salt. The Jews appear to have distinguished between rock-salt and that which was gained by evaporation as the Talmudists particularize one species (probably the latter) as the "salt of Sodom." The salt-pits formed an important source of revenue to the rulers of the country, and Antiochus conferred a valuable boon on Jerusalem by presenting the city with 375 bushels of salt for the temple service. As one of the most essential articles of diet, salt symbolized hospitality; as an antiseptic, durability, fidelity and purity. Hence the expression "covenant of salt," (Leviticus 2:13; Numbers 18:19; 2 Chronicles 13:5) as betokening an indissoluble alliance between friends; and again the expression "salted with the salt of the palace." (Ezra 4:14) not necessarily meaning that they had "maintenance from the palace," as Authorized Version has it, but that they were bound by sacred obligations fidelity to the king. So in the present day, "to eat bread and salt together" is an expression for a league of mutual amity. It was probably with a view to keep this idea prominently before the minds of the Jews that the use of salt was enjoined on the Israelites in their offerings to God.
  

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Salt is a mineral substance composed primarily of sodium chloride (NaCl), a chemical compound belonging to the larger class of ionic salts; salt in its natural form as a crystalline mineral is known as rock salt or halite. Salt is present in vast quantities in the sea where it is the main mineral constituent, with the open ocean having about of solids per litre, a salinity of 3.5%. Salt is essential for animal life, and saltiness is one of the basic human tastes. The tissues of animals contain larger quantities of salt than do plant tissues; therefore the typical diets of nomads who subsist on their flocks and herds require little or no added salt, whereas cereal-based diets require supplementation. Salt is one of the oldest and most ubiquitous of food seasonings, and salting is an important method of food preservation.

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The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) were two rounds of bilateral talks and corresponding international treaties involving the United States and the Soviet Union—the Cold War superpowers—on the issue of armament control. The two rounds of talks and agreements were SALT I and SALT II.

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Meaning
Common or lowly. See also 'beyond the pale'.
Origin
In mediaeval England nobility sat at a high table and commoners at lower trestle tables. Salt was expensive and only the nobs were provided with it. Hence the peasantry were below the salt. Meaning
Accept a truth but with reservations.
Origin
The idea comes from the fact that food is more easily swallowed if taken with a small amount of salt. Pliny the elder translated an ancient antidote for poison with the words 'be taken fasting, plus a grain of salt'. The phrase has only been in use since the 17th century though. Origin
From The Bible. Matthew 5:13 Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.

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sal

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Cheryl James, MC (US)

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general term used for ionic compounds composed of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions, resulting in a net neutral charge.

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YUI Salt-Yui is a Chimbu language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
The language is: Salt-Yui

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Noun
1. negotiations between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics opened in 1969 in Helsinki designed to limit both countries' stock of nuclear weapons
(synonym) Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
(hypernym) diplomacy, diplomatic negotiations
Noun
1. a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
(hypernym) compound, chemical compound
(hyponym) acetate, ethanoate
2. white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
(synonym) table salt, common salt
(hypernym) flavorer, flavourer, flavoring, flavouring, seasoner, seasoning
3. the taste experience when salt is taken into the mouth
(synonym) saltiness, salinity
(hypernym) taste, taste sensation, gustatory sensation, taste perception, gustatory perception
Verb
1. add salt to
(hypernym) season, flavor, flavour
(derivation) saltiness, salinity
(classification) cooking, cookery, preparation
2. sprinkle as if with salt; "the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps"
(hypernym) sprinkle, splash, splosh
3. add zest or liveliness to; "She salts her lectures with jokes"
(hypernym) spice, spice up
4. preserve with salt; "people used to salt meats on ships"
(hypernym) preserve, keep
(derivation) saltiness, salinity
(classification) cooking, cookery, preparation
Adjective
1. containing or filled with salt; "salt water"
(antonym) fresh
(similar) brackish, briny
(see-also) tasteful
2. of speech that is painful or bitter; "salt scorn"- Shakespeare; "a salt apology"
(similar) sharp
3. one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water
(synonym) salty
(similar) tasteful


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Salt is an omen of discordant surroundings when seen in dreams. You will usually find after dreaming of salt that everything goes awry, and quarrels and dissatisfaction show themselves in the family circle.

To salt meat, portends that debts and mortgages will harass you.

For a young woman to eat salt, she will be deserted by her lover for a more beautiful and attractive girl, thus causing her deep chagrin.
  

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Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

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  slat  last

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n., salann m.
salt water: sáile
salt cellar: sáiltéar
adj., salty: guirt

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Speech Application Language Tags
Speech Application Language Tags (SALT) 1.0 is an extension of HTML and other markup languages (cHTML, XHTML, WML, etc.) which adds a speech and telephony interface to web applications and services, for both voice only (e.g. telephone) and multimodal browsers.
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supporting arms liaison team
  

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n. A tiny bit of near-random data inserted where too much regularity would be undesirable; a data frob (sense 1). For example, the Unix crypt(3) man page mentions that "the salt string is used to perturb the DES algorithm in one of 4096 different ways."

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Dihalen = a. without salt Gwyrf = a. pure, fresh, not salt Hal = v. saline, salt; alkaline Halen = n. salt, Crwth halen, a salt box, salt cellar Halenog = a. abounding in salt Halenwr = n. a salt merchant Hallt = a. salt, saline; severe Halltaidd = a. somewhat salt Halltu = v. to salt, to make salt Halog = a. saturated with salt, contaminated; polluted Heledd = n. a place to make salt Heli = n. brine, salt water

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Both 'H' hands, palms down, are held before the chest. The fingers of the right 'H' hand tap those of the left several times.

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the word salt means woman (esp. a 'loose' woman or sexual partner) and has been used since the 19th century. Usually pron. 'sort'. It is used in a slightly derogatory way and is nearly always prefixed by 'some old'. e.g. "Dave wasn't dahn the boozer last night, must av been out with some old sort he met the other night".

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supporting arms liaison team

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dome/salt-plug pool Structural or stratigraphic traps (q.v.) Associated with rock-salt intrusions; pools formed by the intrusion of underlying salt formations into overlying Porous and permeable sedimentary layers creating traps favorable to the presence of oil and gas.

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Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

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County:  Staffordshire
Post Code: ST18

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(n.)
A dish for salt at table; a saltcellar.
   (n.)
A sailor; -- usually qualified by old.
   (n.)
Any mineral salt used as an aperient or cathartic, especially Epsom salts, Rochelle salt, or Glauber's salt.
   (n.)
Fig.: Bitter; sharp; pungent.
   (n.)
Fig.: Salacious; lecherous; lustful.
   (n.)
Fig.: That which preserves from corruption or error; that which purifies; a corrective; an antiseptic; also, an allowance or deduction; as, his statements must be taken with a grain of salt.
   (n.)
Hence, also, piquancy; wit; sense; as, Attic salt.
   (n.)
Hence, flavor; taste; savor; smack; seasoning.
   (n.)
Marshes flooded by the tide.
   (n.)
Of or relating to salt; abounding in, or containing, salt; prepared or preserved with, or tasting of, salt; salted; as, salt beef; salt water.
   (n.)
Overflowed with, or growing in, salt water; as, a salt marsh; salt grass.
   (n.)
The act of leaping or jumping; a leap.
   (n.)
The chloride of sodium, a substance used for seasoning food, for the preservation of meat, etc. It is found native in the earth, and is also produced, by evaporation and crystallization, from sea water and other water impregnated with saline particles.
   (n.)
The neutral compound formed by the union of an acid and a base; thus, sulphuric acid and iron form the salt sulphate of iron or green vitriol.
   (v. i.)
To deposit salt as a saline solution; as, the brine begins to salt.
   (v. t.)
To fill with salt between the timbers and planks, as a ship, for the preservation of the timber.
   (v. t.)
To sprinkle, impregnate, or season with salt; to preserve with salt or in brine; to supply with salt; as, to salt fish, beef, or pork; to salt cattle.
  
Sulphate of magnesia having cathartic qualities; -- originally prepared by boiling down the mineral waters at Epsom, England, -- whence the name; afterwards prepared from sea water; but now from certain minerals, as from siliceous hydrate of magnesia.
  

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alem

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lascivious

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A chemical class of ionic compounds formed by the combination of an acid and a base. Most salts are the result of a reaction between a metal and one or more nonmetals. See Salts, below.

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(jocular) (usually plural) workplace in which work is fast-paced and gruelling with some reserve; without wholly believing

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used to season food (Job 6:6), and mixed with the fodder of cattle (Isa. 30:24, "clean;" in marg. of R.V. "salted"). All meat-offerings were seasoned with salt (Lev. 2:13). To eat salt with one is to partake of his hospitality, to derive subsistence from him; and hence he who did so was bound to look after his host's interests (Ezra 4:14, "We have maintenance from the king's palace;" A.V. marg., "We are salted with the salt of the palace;" R.V., "We eat the salt of the palace"). A "covenant of salt" (Num. 18:19; 2 Chr. 13:5) was a covenant of perpetual obligation. New-born children were rubbed with salt (Ezek. 16:4). Disciples are likened unto salt, with reference to its cleansing and preserving uses (Matt. 5:13). When Abimelech took the city of Shechem, he sowed the place with salt, that it might always remain a barren soil (Judg. 9:45). Sir Lyon Playfair argues, on scientific grounds, that under the generic name of "salt," in certain passages, we are to understand petroleum or its residue asphalt. Thus in Gen. 19:26 he would read "pillar of asphalt;" and in Matt. 5:13, instead of "salt," "petroleum," which loses its essence by exposure, as salt does not, and becomes asphalt, with which pavements were made. The Jebel Usdum, to the south of the Dead Sea, is a mountain of rock salt about 7 miles long and from 2 to 3 miles wide and some hundreds of feet high. one of the cities of Judah (Josh. 15:62), probably in the Valley of Salt, at the southern end of the Dead Sea.

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Compare with covalent compound and ionic bond .A compound made of distinguishable cations and anions , held together by electrostatic forces.

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Salt in Greek
αλάτι, αλατισμένος, αλμυρός, αλατίζω

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salt άλας

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(Lex**) άλας

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Ουσ. αλάτι,
πχ.
- Can you pass the salt please?
Επίθ. νόστιμος, πικάντικος (μτφ.)Ρημ. αλατισμένος, αλατούχος//
αλατίζω, //
πλαστογραφώ έγγραφα, μαγειρεύω (λογιστικά)
πχ.
- Don't forget to salt the potatoes.




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Salt in Esperanto
adj. salosala

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sali, salo

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Salt in Afrikaans
sout

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Salt in Chinese (s)
[E] salt (n) [P] sal (m) [C] 盐

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Salt in Luxembourgish
nn - Salzv - salzen (e saltzt; part. gesaltzt)

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Salt in Interlingua
sal saliera

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Salt in Arabic

N
ملح نكهة ، حدة تحفظ، شك ملاح، نوتى
VT
ملح
ADJ
مالح مملح حاد، لاذع قاس، مرير

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صِفَة : مالح . مُمَلَّح . حادّ . قاسٍ
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اسْم : مِلح . شكّ
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فِعْل : يملِّح مَلاَّحَة مائدة

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مِلْح [ج: أَمْلاَح] نَوبَةُ نَفادِ المِلْح مُتَلاَزِمَةُ نَفادِ المِلْح خالٍ من المِلْح نِظامٌ غِذائِيٌّ خِلْوٌ مِنَ المِلْح نَوبَةُ فِقْدانِ المِلْح عَيبُ فِقْدانِ المِلْح الْتِهابُ الكُلْيَةِ المُضَيِّعُ للمِلْح اعْتِلاَلُ الكُلْيَةِ المُضَيِّعُ للمِلْح مُتَلاَزِمَةُ إِضَاعَةِِ المِلْح الْتِهابُ الكُلْيَةِ المُضَيِّعُ لِلمِلْح

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مِلْح

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ألاسم

مِلْح

الفعل

مَلَحَ ; مَلَّحَ

الصفة

زُعَاق ; مِلْحِيّ ; مُمَلَّح


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Salt in Visayan
(Noun) asin

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Salt in Estonian
sool

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Salt in Indonesian
an old ~:pelaut yang berpengalaman

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menggarami
my child #19

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mengasini, garam

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garam, a mineral salt
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Salt in Spanish
v.- salar | poner sal | echar sals.- sal | salitreadj.- salitroso servicio de acceso a vocabulario y terminología con base en normativas

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sal

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sal de la Rochela La Ruta de la Sal La Ruta de la Sal sal gruesa, sal gema sal gema, sal sin refinar, sal gruesa equilibrio salino bacalao salado salero salero de mesa; conservado en salazón (bot) salado, barrilla, caramillo espartina sal fina

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(n.) = sal.
Ex: Some subjects have both common and technical names, e.g. salt or sodium chloride.
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* add + salt to injury = echar sal en la herida, hurgar en la herida, complicar las cosas, empeorar las cosas.
* add + salt to the wound = echar sal en la herida, hurgar en la herida, complicar las cosas, empeorar las cosas.
* a pinch of salt = una pizca de sal.
* bath salts = sales de baño.
* coarse salt = sal gruesa, sal gorda.
* cooking salt = sal gruesa, sal gorda.
* garlic salt = sal de ajo.
* grain of salt = grano de sal.
* kitchen salt = sal gruesa, sal gorda.
* prove + Posesivo + salt = demostrar de lo que Uno es capaz, demostrar lo que Uno vale.
* rock salt = sal de roca, sal gema, sal gruesa.
* rub + salt in the wound = echar sal en la herida, hurgar en la herida, complicar las cosas, empeorar las cosas.
* salt-brine = salmuera.
* saltcellar [salt cellar] = salero.
* salt flats = salinas.
* salt lick = salegar.
* salt marsh [saltmarsh] = saladar, marisma.
* salt marshland = marisma.
* salt of the earth = sal de la tierra, honesto, justo.
* saltpetre [saltpeter, - USA] = salitre.
* salt shaker = salero.
* saltwater [salt water] = agua salada, agua salobre.
* saltworks = minas de sal, salinas.
* sea salt = sal marina.
* table salt = sal de mesa, sal fina.
* take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt = no creerse Algo al pie de la letra, no creerse Algo del todo.
* to add salt to injury = para echar sal en la herida, para empeorar las cosas, por si fuera poco, para colmo, para colmo de males.
* to rub salt in the wound = para echar sal en la herida, para empeorar las cosas, por si fuera poco, para colmo, para colmo de males.
* with a grain of salt = con cautela, con pinzas.
* worth + Posesivo + salt = digno de su nombre, digno de respeto, que se precie (como tal), de verdad.
(v.) = salar, poner sal, echar sal.
Ex: My aubergines are softer and richer in flavour and you'd have to be a pretty poor cook not to realise you need to rinse them after salting.


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Salt in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
соль
I am not made of ~ {сочетание}
я не сахарный, не растаю
in ~ просоленный, засоленный
to earn one's ~ зарабатывать себе на пропитание
to eat smb.'s ~
_.а) быть в гостях у кого-л.
_.б) быть нахлебником у кого-л.
he is not worth his ~ он ни на что не годен
above (below) the ~ на переднем (дальнем) конце стола
2) [разг.] бывалый моряк
old ~ морской волк
3) остроумие, изюминка
Attic ~ тонкое остроумие to cast ((или) to lay, to put) ~ on the tail of поймать, изловить №_2.: [adj.]
1)
солёный
2) засоленный
3) едкий, острый (о речи, замечании) №_3.: [v.]
1)
солить
2) засаливать, консервировать {термин}
to ~ away копить (деньги)

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(n) переговоры по ограничению стратегических вооружений; соль

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(досл.: «обратно к солевым копям») обратно к надоевшему/нелегкому/нелюбимому занятию; "на галеры", "на каторгу"
Например: 1) After a short break we returned back to the salt mines. - После короткого перерыва мы вернулись к своей ненавистной работе.
2) Well, it's Monday morning. Back to the salt mines. — Снова понедельник, и опять на работу.
3) Break's over! Back to the salt mines, everybody. — Перерыв кончился. Всем по рабочим местам!
морской волк
Синоним: experienced sailor
Пример:
Dick was an old salt; he knew what was what in the open sea. -
Дик был морским волком, он знал, что есть что в открытом море.
сыпать соль на раны "соль земли" отложить до лучших времен; "засолить" (досл.: сидеть над солью) 1) сидеть на верхнем конце стола; 2) занимать высокое положение в обществе
Например:
What does he think about himself? Does he sits above the salt? -
Что он о себе мнит? Он что, так круто поднялся?
(досл.: взять рассказ со щепоткой соли) отнестись к рассказу критически, с недоверием
Например:
We should take all the ads with a grain of salt. -
Не нужно всю эту рекламу воспринимать слишком серьезно.
не доверять, слегка сомневаться заслуживать полученное вознаграждение

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соль, солить, соленый, неприличный, остроумие

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хлористый натрий m
хлорид (m) натрия; поваренная соль (f)

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соленый

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= Strategic Arms Limitation Talks n. (советско-американские) переговоры об ограничении стратегических вооружений

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Salt in Papiamento
sala, salga; salo, salu

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Salt in Dutch
zouten

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zout

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Salt in Portuguese
temperar
Sopa no Mel sal nas estradas (no inverno, para evitar a formação de gelo)
GUIA DO RIO mesclando tons claros e escuros, com mistura de cores claras e escuras
Sopa no Mel aceitar/encarar com certa reserva/desconfiança, não levar muito a sério
Sopa no Mel

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Salt water
Água salgada

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sal

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[química] tratar com sal ou solução salina [termos bíblicos] sal

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Salt in Norwegian
salt

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Salt in Turkish
tuz

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tuz; tuzluk; tat, tat tuz, çesni; heyecan verici sey, ilginç sey, tuzlu, tuzlanmis, tuz koymak, tuzlamak; tuzlayarak saklamak; heyecan katmak, ilginçlestirmek, renklendirmek

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i. 1. tuz. 2. lezzet, tat. s. 1. tuzlu. 2. tuzlama, tuzlanmış: salt fish tuzlu balık, tuzlama balık. salt beef tuzlanmış sığır eti.

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Tuz katarak çöktürmek, tuz, madentuzu, Müshil tuzu.

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tuz

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TUZ

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tuz

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i. 1. tuz. 2. lezzet, tat. s. 1. tuzlu. 2. tuzlama, tuzlanmış: salt fish tuzlu balık, tuzlama balık. salt beef tuzlanmış sığır eti.

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tuz,v.tuzla:n.tuz

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Salt in Thai
(ไม่ต้องท่อง)
1. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks vt. ซ็อลท (บังคับ)
1. ใส่เกลือ : The cook salted the meat.

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(ซอลทฺ) n. เกลือ,กลาสีเรือ,บ่อเกลือ; vt. ใส่เกลือ,จัดให้ได้รับเกลือ, salt away เก็บสงวน. adj. มีเกลือเจือปน. -Phr. (grain of salt สงสัย) -Phr. (worth one's salt สมกับค่าจ้างหรือเงินเดือน) คำศัพท์ย่อย: saltness n. คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: sodi

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เกลือ,ยาดม,สารประกอบของกรด,เค็ม,ชาวทะเล,ความขมขื่น (ในน้ำตา),ความหลักแหลม,ปลอมแปลง (บัญชี),ทำให้เคยชิน

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Salt in Vietnamese

◊ danh từ

▪ muối

◦ white salt : muối ăn

◦ table salt : muối bột

◦ in salt : ngâm nước muối, rắc muối

▪ sự châm chọc, sự sắc sảo, sự hóm hỉnh, sự ý nhị

◦ a talk full of salt : một lời nói ý nhị; một bài nói chuyện ý nhị

▪ (hoá học) muối

▪ (số nhiều) dòng nước biển bất thường tràn ngược lên sông

▪ (sử học) lọ đựng muối để bàn

◦ to sit above the salt : ngồi phía trên lọ muối (cùng với người trong gia đình)

◦ to sit below the salt : ngồi phía dưới lọ muối (cùng với người hầu...)

▪ thuỷ thủ lão luyện ((thường) old salt)

▪ (như) salt-marsh

▫ to eat salt with somebody

▪ là khách của ai

▫ to be worth one's salt

▪ (xem) worth

▫ to eat somebody's salt

▪ là khách của ai; phải sống nhờ vào ai

▫ to drop pinch of salt on tail of

▪ bắt giữ

▫ to take something with a grain of salt

▪ nửa tin nửa ngờ điều gì

▫ the salt of the earth

▪ tầng lớp trên trong xã hội, tinh hoa của xã hội

▫ I'm not made of salt

▪ tụi nó đi ra ngoài mưa thì cũng không bị tan ra như muối đâu mà sợ

◊ tính từ

▪ tẩm muối, ướp muối, có muối, mặn

▪ sống ở nước mặn (cây cối)

▪ đau đớn, thương tâm

◦ to weep salt tears : khóc sướt mướt, khóc như mưa

▪ châm chọc, sắc sảo, hóm hỉnh

▪ tục, tiếu lâm

▪ (từ lóng) đắt cắt cổ (giá cả)

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ muối, ướp muối, rắc muối (lên vật gì)

◦ to salt meat : muối thịt

▪ làm cho ý nhị, thêm mắm thêm muối

◦ to salt one's conversation with wit : làm cho câu chuyện thêm ý nhị bằng những câu nói hóm hỉnh

▫ to salt down money

▪ để dành tiền

▫ to salt the books

▪ (thương nghiệp), (từ lóng) gian lận, tham ô (bằng cách tăng giá mua trong hoá đơn)

◦ to salt an account : tính giá cao nhất cho các món hàng

▫ to salt a mine

▪ (từ lóng) đổ thêm quặng vào mỏ (để cho mỏ có vẻ là mỏ giàu)



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Salt in Italian
sale

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Credici, ma col beneficio del dubbio

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sale

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Salt in Romanian
pastrat in saramura;salinitate;sare;haz;sarat

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v.t.: (fam.) a economisi, a pune deoparte; sustrage, a sfeterisi. "They'll know that according to their figures Dr. Maiden had been high-grading about a hundred thousand dollars that he salted away from his income." (E.S. Gardner, The Case of the Fugitive Nurse)

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I. 1. sare (de bucatarie)
2. salinitate
3. sare
4. sare , (pl.) saruri ; purgativ
5. sare , haz , farmec , gust
6. lup de mare , -- marinar experimentat
II. 1. sarat ; cu sare ; pastrat in sare ; cu gust (sau) miros de sare
2. (d. lacrimi) amar
3. de mare , marin
4. sarat ; picant ; de duh ; nostim
5. (d. preturi) (sl.) sarat , piperat
6. salin
III. 1. a sara , a presara cu sare , a pune sare in
2. a pastra / a conserva in saramura
3. (fig., sl.) a ridica ; a exagera (valoarea etc.)

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(chim) sare // salin
  

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sare; a sara

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a falsifica (un registru); a imuniza (un cal); a sara; a trata cu o sare; amar; indecent, trivial; picant; piperat, exagerat; salin; sare; sarat; sarat, pus la sare, conservat; întepatura

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Salt in Catalan
s sal
adj salat -ada, salí -ina
v salar, posar sal
sigles SALT >B>Strategic Arms Limitation Talks/Treaty tractat sobre la limitació d'armes estratègiques

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Salt in Polish
sól f vt (preserve ) solić , zasalać (zasolić perf ) (potatoes, soup ) solić (posolić perf ) (road ) posypywać (posypać perf ) solą cpd (lake ) słony (deposits ) solny , soli post (CULIN ) solony the salt of the earth (fig ) sól ziemi to take sth with a pinch or grain of salt (fig ) podchodzić (podejść perf ) do czegoś z rezerwą

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Nadgorliwość jest gorsza od faszyzmu.
Sim. Come not to counsel uncalled.

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solić; sól

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sólsolićsolony SALT - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks - Rozmowy między USA i ZSRR (rozpoczęte w 1969) nt. strategicznej redukcji broni jądrowej

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Salt in French
salt1 [sC:lt]
1n
(a)(on roads) & Culin sel m;
cake of salt, salignon m;
rock salt, sel gemme;
sea salt, sel marin, sel de mer;
table salt, sel de table;
to take a story with a pinch of salt, ne pas prendre une histoire au pied de la lettre;
he's not worth his salt, il ne gagne pas sa nourriture;
any athlete worth his or her salt, n'importe quel athlète digne de ce nom, n'importe quel athlète qui se respecte; Old-fashioned to sit (at table) above/below the salt, être assis au haut bout/au bas bout de la table;
the salt of the earth, le sel de la terre;
kitchen salt, gros sel;
salt marsh, marais salant;
salt mine, mine f de sel;
salt spoon, cuiller f à sel;
salt spring, source saumâtre ou saline;
Hist salt tax, gabelle f;
(b)Ch sel m;
bath salts, sels de bain;
(c)F old salt, loup m de mer.
2adj
(a)(food) too salt, trop salé;
salt water, eau salée;
salt beef, bœuf m de conserve;
(b)(concretion etc) salin; (rocks, ground) salifère, saliférien.

salt2 vt
(a)saler (un mets);
(b)= SALT AWAY;
(c)= SALT DOWN;
(d)Old-fashioned F cuisiner, truquer (des livres de compte etc).

SALT [sC:lt] n Mil (abbr Strategic Arms Limitation Talks) négociations fpl SALT;
SALT agreements, accords mpl SALT.

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sel

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Salt in Bulgarian
соля; солен; сол; посолявам; посолен; насолявам;

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[sЈ:lt] n 1. сол; in ~ осолен, в саламура; 2. хим. сол; ~ of lem{2} [sЈ:lt] а 1. солен, посолен, осолен; 2. живеещ/растящ в соле{3} [sЈ:lt] v 1. соля, посолявам, насолявам, осолявам (u с away,

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[so:lt] n 1. сол; in ~ осолен, в саламура; 2. хим. сол; ~ of lemon лимонена киселина; З. рl очистително; 4. пикантност, острота, остроумие, духовитост; това, което придава пикантност/привлича най-много; adventure is the ~ of life to some men някои хора душа дават/живеят само за приключения; 5. разг. опитен моряк (и old ~); 6. солено блато; солено поле; 7. рl нахлуване на солена вода в речно устие; to eat ~ with s.o. гостувам някому; to eat s.o.'s ~ 1) гостувам някому; 2) издържан/зависим съм от някого; to sit above/below the ~ ист. седя на масата между господарите/слугите; not to be worth/to be hardly worth o.'s ~ не струвам парите, дето ми плащат; не ме бива за нищо; to take with a grain/pinch of ~ приемам с резерва, поставям под съмнение, считам за преувеличено/съмнително; the ~ of the earth солта на земята, най-ценните хора; I am not made of ~ не съм от захар, не ме е страх да не се измокря; to put/cast ~ on s.o.'s tail хващам/пипвам/улавям някого; to rub ~ into a wound унижавам още повече; like a doze of ~s sl. много бързо, тутакси. [so:lt] а 1. солен, посолен, осолен; 2. живеещ/растящ в солени води; солен; З. прен. горчив, лют; ~ tears горчиви сълзи; 4. остроумен, духовит; пикантен, солен; пиперлия; 5. разг. много скъп, солен. [so:lt] v 1. соля, посолявам, насолявам, осолявам (u с away, down); давам сол на (животно); 2. придавам пикантност на; З. тьрг. sl. подправям; увеличавам; надписвам; to ~ an account вписвам твърде високи/ ниски цени в сметка; to ~ the books надписвам приходите; to ~ a mine изкуствено подобрявам качеството на проба, за да получа подобра цена при продажба; 4. вет. имунизирам (кон); salt away 1) скътвам, спестявам; 2) осолявам, слагам в саламура; salt down salt away; salt up salt away 1.

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Salt in Croatian
slan

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sol , posoliti , koji raste u slanoj vodi , poplavljen slanom vodom , prožet solju , usoljen , posoljen , soljen , slan , burence za sol , morski vuk , oštroumnost , duhovitost , natrijev klorid , začin

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sol

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Salt in German
Salz

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Natriumchlorid n
Kochsalz (n)

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Salt in Danish
salt

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Salt in Persian
نمك‌ طعام‌، نمك‌ ميوه‌، نمك‌ هاي‌ طبي‌، نمكدان‌(saltshaker)، نمكزار(salt marsh)، نمك‌ زده‌ن‌ به‌،نمك‌ پاشيدن‌، شور كردن‌

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نمك هاي طبي، نمك ميوه، نمك پاشيدن، نمك زده ن به، نمك طعام، نمكدان، نمكزار، شوركردن

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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نمک طعام ،نمک ميوه ،نمک هاى طبى ،نمکدان)saltshaker( ،نمکزار)salt marsh(،نمک زده ن به ،نمک پاشيدن ،شور کردن
معمارى : نمک
شيمى : نمک
 کلمات مرتبط(50)  کلمات مرتبط(salt):



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a salt or with 
a solution of salt 
 acid salt 
ammonium salt 
 an old salt 
basic salt 
 bay-salt 
diazonium salt 
 double salt 
epsom salt 
 garlic salt 
glauber salt 
 he is not worth his salt 
hydrous salt 
 i am not made of salt 
 may i trouble you for the salt 
normal salt 
 pepper and salt 
percent salt 
 rock salt 
salt away 
 salt bath case hardening 
salt bath furnace 
 salt bath hardening 
salt bridge 
 salt down 
salt glaze 
 salt grass 
salt index 
 salt lake 
salt lick 
 salt marsh 
salt mine 
 salt pan 
salt peter 
 salt pit 
salt seller 
 salt vein 
salt water 
 salt works 
salt-cellar 
 salt-marsh 
salt-mine 

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بازگشت به واژه salt


salt-works 
to eat salt with a person 
to soak out the salt of 
 to take with a grain of salt 
with a grain of salt 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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نمك‌ ط‌عام‌ ، نمك‌ ميوه‌ ، نمك‌ هاي‌ ط‌بي‌ ، نمكدان‌ )saltshaker( haker(، نمكزار)salt marsh(،نمك‌ زده‌ن‌ به‌ ، نمك‌ پاشيدن‌ ، شور كردن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ِ¢¤î ¤ّھ ٹ ِ¢‏ھ‘• يُ÷ ٹ ù“ ِù¢¥ يُ÷ٹ(salt marsh)¤گ¥îُ÷ ٹ (saltshaker) haker)ِگ¢îُ÷ ٹ ü“¯ ‎‘û يُ÷ ٹ ùّ‏ُ يُ÷ ٹ ô‘م¯ يُ÷

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Salt in Hmong
v. Rau ntsev; pleev ntsev; las ntsevn. Ntsevadj. Qab ntsev

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Salt in Finnish
suola

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Salt in Hungarian
megsóz, meghamisít, sóz

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csípős; csípősség; pikáns; szellemesség; só; sós; sósvizi; sótartalmú; sózott; tengeri; íz

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sóz,megsóz,meghamisít

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Salt in Hebrew
(ש"ע) מלח. בפולקלור ובמאגיה, מייצג את יסוד האדמה ומשמש לטיהור ולגירוש.

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מלח
(פ') להמליח, לזרות מלח, לשמר במלח

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Salt in Serbian
So-Slan-Usoliti-Soliti-Skupljati-Duhovitost-Privlacnost-Draz-Jedak-Zajedljiv-Kupiti-Posoliti-Soni-Ustedeti-Zacin-Zaciniti

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Salt in Albanian
kripë

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///

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Salt in Mongolian
n. давс. powdered ~ нунтаг давс. v. давслах, давс хийх. salt away нууцаар мєнгє хураах. adj. давстай, шорвог, давсалсан. salty adj. (-ier, -iest) 1. давстай, шорвог. 2. гашуун (їг).

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давс, давсархаг, давсалсан, давстай, шорвог, гашуун, давслах, давс хийх

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Salt in Swedish
salt; salta~ bed; saltlager
~ brine; saltlake
~ dome; saltdom
~ pan; salin, saltpanna
~ well; saltkälla
rock ~; stensalt
sea ~; havssalt

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salta, salt

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Salt in Urdu
n. namak (

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adj.
1. furnished with salt کھاري- شور- نونا- نمکين- سلونا- نمکدار
2. growing in salt water کھاري پاني کا- کھارے کا
3. pungent تيز- چرپرا- تلخ- کڑوا
4. lust-ful پرشہوت- مست
n.
1. the chloride of sodium نمک- نون- رام رس- ملح
2. taste مزہ- رس- لذت
3. piquancy تيزي- چٹکيلاپن- مذاق
4. a salt-callar نمک دان
5. (Chem.) کھار- شور
6. (slang) ملاح، سفر کا کيڑا
above the salt اعلي- درجہ کا- ذي رتبہ
attic salt لطيف نکتہ
below the salt ادني- درجے کا، ادني-- (کم رتبہ)
eat salt with شريک طعام ہوجانا
old salt پرانا يا تجربہ کار ملاح
rock-salt چٹاني نمک- لاہوري نمک
table salt پسا ہوا صاف نمک
true to one's salth نمک حلال- وفادار
salt department نمک سائر کا سرشتہ
v. a.
1. sprinkle with salth نون چھڑکنا يا برکنا
2. fill with salts نمک بھرنا- شوردار کرنا- نون ڈالنا- نمکين کرنا- کھاري کرنا
if the salt lost its savour, wherewith shall it be salted. جب نمک ميں سے مزہ جاتا رہے تو نمک ميں مزہ کہاں سے آئے؟


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Salt in Slovak
sol; not worth his ~ nesposoben; true to one's ~zvest svojemu gospodarju; slan, soljen; soliti, vložiti v sol

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Salt in Ukrainian
(n) сіль

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Salt in Swahili
chumvi

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