salt

listen to the pronunciation of salt
Englisch - Türkisch
tuz

Etinin üzerine biraz tuz koy. - Put some salt on your meat.

Deniz suyunu içemezsin çünkü su çok tuzlu. - You can't drink seawater because it's too salty.

tuzlanmış

Kurutulmuş tuzlanmış sığır etin var mı? - Do you have dried salted beef?

tuzlama
tuz koymak
tuz ekmek
renklendirmek
heyecan katmak
ilginçleştirmek
çeşni

Tuz ve biberle balığı çeşnilendirdim. - I seasoned the fish with salt and pepper.

ilginç şey
heyecan verici şey
tat

Sulak alanlar tatlı su, tuzlu su ya da her ikisinin bir karışımına sahip olabilir. - Wetlands can have freshwater, salt water, or a mixture of both.

Bazı yiyecekler tuz olmadan oldukça tatsız. - Some food is pretty bland without salt.

tat tuz
tuzlamak
tuzluk

O ilginç görünümlü bir tuzluk. - That's an interesting-looking salt shaker.

Tuzluk masada olacak. - The salt cellar will be on the table.

tuzlayarak saklamak
tuzlu

Tavsiye ettiğim üzere babam tuzlu gıdaları azalttı. - My father cut down on salty food as I had advised.

Bu yiyecek çok tuzlu. - This food is too salty.

{i} nükte
{i} espri
(Askeri) destek silahları irtibat timi (supporting arms liaison team)
{i} lezzet

Çok fazla tuz, lezzeti öldürür. - Too much salt will kill the flavor.

Tuz ilavesi lezzeti adamakıllı artırdı. - The addition of salt greatly improved the flavor.

{i} tad

Annem çorbanın tadına baktı ve biraz daha tuz ilave etti. - My mother tasted the soup and added a little more salt.

Daha fazla tuz gerekip gerekmediğini görmek için pirincin tadına bak. - Taste the rice to see if it needs more salt.

{f} salamura yapmak
deniz kurdu
(Tıp) Tuz katarak çöktürmek, tuz, madentuzu, Müshil tuzu
salt a mine bir
maden tuzu
{s} tuzlama, tuzlanmış: salt fish tuzlu balık, tuzlama balık. salt beef tuzlanmış sığır eti
tuz katmak
bir asit ile bir bazdan meydana gelen tuz
tuz,v.tuzla: n.tuz
mushil tuzu
tuzda muhafaza etmek
{f} biriktirmek
salted
tuzlu

Tuzlu kahveyi sevdiğin doğru mu? - Is it true you love salted coffee?

Ben biraz kurutulmuş tuzlu sığır eti buldum. - I found some dried salted beef.

salt away
tuzlamak
salt away
tuza yatırmak
salt away
para biriktirmek
salt balance
tuz dengesi
salt beef
(Gıda) tuzlanmış sığır eti
salt down
tuza yatırmak
salt down
tuzlamak
salt fish
tuzlama balık
salt lake
suyu tuzlu olan göl
salt mine
kayatuzu çıkarılan tuzla
salt solution
tuz solüsyonu
salt solution
salamura
salt wedge
(Denizbilim) tuz dili
salt away
sakla
salt away
ilerisi için para biriktirmek
salt bath
tuz banyosu
salt content
tuz muhtevası
salt content
tuz içeriği
salt dome
tuz domu
salt dome
tuz tümseği
salt fish
tuzlu balık
salt lake
tuzlu göl
salt lake
takır
salt marsh
tuz bataklığı
salt meadow
tuzlak
salt mine
tuz madeni
salt out
tuzla çöktürmek
salt pit
tuz madeni
salt solution
tuzlu eriyik
salt solution
tuz çözeltisi
salt spring
tuzlu su kaynağı
salt water
tuzlu su

Tuzlu su içmek mümkün müdür? - Is it possible to drink salt water?

Deniz seviyesinin altında olan toprakları su basacak. Bu, insanların evsiz kalması ve ürünlerinin tuzlu su tarafından tahrip edileceği anlamına gelir. - Low-lying lands will flood. This means that people will be left homeless and their crops will be destroyed by the salt water.

salt-water
deniz suyuna ait
salt and pepper
Tuz ve karabiber
salt cellar
tuzluk
salt cod
tuz morina
salt content
tuz içeriği, tuz muhtevası
salt dome
tuz domu, tuz tümseği
salt factory
tuz fabrikası
salt flat
tuz düz
salt glaze
(seramik) tuz siri
salt hardened
oldukça deneyimli
salt i
tuz i
salt lick
tuz yalama yeri
salt of arsenic acid
arsenik tuz asit
salt petre
tuz Petre
salt pork
tuz domuz
salt receipts
tuz makbuzlar
salt spray test
tuz püskürtme deneyi
salt away
(Fiili Deyim ) para biriktirmek , istif etmek
salt away
tuzlayarak saklamak
salt away/down
-i tuzlamak, -i tuza yatırmak
salt away/down
(para) biriktirmek, istif etmek
salt cloud
tuz bulutu
salt crystal
tuz kristali
salt damage
(Askeri) tuzun yol açtığı hasar
salt down
tuzlayarak saklamak
salt exchange
tuz değişimi
salt field
(Askeri) tuz çıkarılan alan
salt flat
(deniz/göl kenarındaki) tuzla
salt free
{s} tuzsuz
salt free
(sıfat) tuzsuz
salt front
(Denizbilim) tuz cephesi
salt glaze
(seramik) tuz sırı
salt hydrate
sulu tuz
salt injury
(Askeri) tuz hasarı
salt instrusion
tuz girişimi
salt lake
tuzlu göl, tuz gölü
salt lick
hayvanların tuz yaladıkları yer
salt limit
tuz limiti
salt making
(Askeri) tuz yapımı
salt marsh
tuzla
salt mine
(kayatuzu çıkarılan) tuzla
salt mine
kayatuzu madeni
salt mist
tuz sisi
salt out
(Kimya) tuz katarak çöktürmek
salt pan
tuzla tavası
salt peter
(Gıda) güherçile
salt pot
tuz potası
salt removal
tuz giderme
salt spray
tuz serpintisi
salt water
deniz suyu
salt water intrusion
tuzlu su karışması
salt well
tuz kuyusu
bile salt
(Biyokimya) öd tuzu
common salt
sofra tuzu
common salt
tuz
epsom salt
mangnezyum sülfat
mineral salt
kaya tuzu
molten salt
erimiş tuz
not worth his salt
beş para etmez
old salt
tecrübeli denizci
pepper and salt
ak düşmüş (saç)
pinch of salt
bir tutam tuz
pour salt into wound
yaraya tuz basmak
rub salt into the wound
(deyim) yaraya tuz biber ekmek
spirit of salt
(Kimya) tuz ruhu
spirit of salt
(Kimya) hidroklorik asit
Epsom salt
ingiliz tuzu
acid salt
asit tuzu
basic salt
bazik tuz
bath salt
banyo tuzu
bay salt
kaba tuz
bile salt
safra tuzu
common salt
mutfak tuzu
cyanide salt bath
siyanür tuzu banyosu
electrode salt bath
elektrotlu tuz banyosu
garlic salt
sarımsak tuzu
hydrazinium salt
hidrazinyum tuzu
old salt
deniz kurdu
peroxy salt
peroksi tuz
rock salt
kayatuzu
rock salt
kaya tuzu
salting
{i} tuzlama
salting
{f} tuzla
sodium salt
sodyum tuzu
solid salt
kayatuzu
table salt
sofra tuzu
tin salt
kalay klorürü
salting
tuzlayarak
the salt
tuz
SALTS
(Askeri) kesintisiz otomatik lojistik transfer sistemi; kesintisiz otomatik lojistik iletim sistemi (streamlined automated logistics transfer system; streamlined automated logistics transmission system)
salted
{s} tuzlanmış

Kurutulmuş tuzlanmış sığır etin var mı? - Do you have dried salted beef?

salted
{s} salamura
salter
tuzcu
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kişinin kendi öz kızı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bileyi taşı
(Hukuk) Mutlak, yalnız, sırf; içine başka şey karışmamış
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Erkek ismi
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Geniş alın
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vurmak mânâsına mastar
Yalnız, sadece, tek, sırf
İçinde yabancı bir öge bulunmayan, mutlak
İçine, kendisine yabancı hiçbir şey karışmamış, arı
Yalnız, sadece, tek, sırf: "Sanat adına konuşmakta kendinde hak gören, her konuştuğunu da salt doğrudur diye karşısındakine kabullendirmek isteyen kimseler sardı etrafımızı."- N. Cumalı. İçinde yabancı bir öge bulunmayan, mutlak. İçine, kendisine yabancı hiçbir şey karışmamış, arı
Yalnız, tek başına
Mutlak
Arı
SALT ÇOĞUNLUK
(Hukuk) Yarıdan bir fazla çoğunluk
salt değer
Bir cebirsel sayının, işareti göz önüne alınmaksızın değeri, mutlak değer
salt nem
Bir metreküp hava içinde bulunan su buğusu niceliği, mutlak nem
salt sıcaklık
-273°C yi sıfır olarak alan sıcaklık, mutlak sıcaklık
salt sıfır
Salt sıcaklık ölçeğinde sıfır noktası, -273 °C, mutlak sıfır
salt çoğunluk
Oylamada, yarıdan bir fazla üye sayısının oyuyla sağlanan çoğunluk
Englisch - Englisch
Saline
A person that engages in the political act of seeking employment at a company in order to help unionize it
A common substance, chemically consisting mainly of sodium chloride (NaCl), used extensively as a condiment and preservative
To include colorful language in
To blast gold into (as a portion of a mine) in order to cause to appear to be a productive seam
Additional bytes inserted into a plaintext message before encryption, in order to increase randomness and render brute-force decryption more difficult
Salty

You can't drink seawater because it's too salty. - You can't drink seawater because it is too salty.

You can't drink seawater because it is too salty. - You can't drink seawater because it's too salty.

A kind of marsh at the shore of a sea (short for salt marsh, apparently not in a wide-spread use)
To add bogus evidence to an archeological site
A sailor (also old salt)

I never go as a passenger; nor, though I am something of a salt, do I ever go to sea as a Commodore, or a Captain, or a Cook.

To add filler bytes before encrypting, in order to make brute-force decryption more resource-intensive
One of the compounds formed from the reaction of an acid with a base, where a positive ion replaces a hydrogen of the acid
To insert or inject something into an object to give it properties it would not naturally have
To add salt to
{a} having the taste of salt, lustful, wanton
{n} a substance which affects the taste, dissolves in water and crystalizes, the species are numerous and various, also wit, taste, a vessel to hold salt
{v} to season, mix or sprinkle with salt
{i} series of talks between the United States and the Soviet Union for the purpose of limiting strategic nuclear arms (began in 1969)
A string of random (or pseudorandom) bits concatenated with a key or password to foil precomputation attacks
{i} sodium chloride, common crystalline mineral, table salt; element that provides zest or liveliness; experienced sailor; element that makes an expression poignant or caustic
an ionic compound
Of or relating to salt; abounding in, or containing, salt; prepared or preserved with, or tasting of, salt; salted; as, salt beef; salt water
A random value concatenated to a symmetric cipher key to foil precomputation attacks by generating different results each time the encryption is performed The salt value is typically sent with the encrypted message so the recipient can reproduce the complete decryption key
of speech that is painful or bitter; "salt scorn"- Shakespeare; "a salt apology"
If you say, for example, that any doctor worth his or her salt would do something, you mean that any doctor who was good at his or her job or who deserved respect would do it. Any coach worth his salt would do exactly as I did
containing or filled with salt; "salt water"
1 Sodium chloride, NaCl, used for preserving the freshness of food 2 Substance that results from reaction between acid and base
Overflowed with, or growing in, salt water; as, a salt marsh; salt grass
BATHS - Crystals are soaked in a bath of course salt and luke warm water overnight or during the day Sometimes this is accompanied by leaving the stones in the sun or moonlight
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride (NaCl), used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
Salt was an important commodity and used for preserving meat See the entry for Salt in the main Alphabetic Section of Malcolm Bull's Trivia Trail and Red Hills, Salt-making, Saltern
add salt to
Fig
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
A string of random (or pseudo-random) bits concatenated with a key or password to foil precomputation attacks
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
The mineral "sodium chloride " Most of today's salt comes from mines left by dried salt lakes Used as a flavoring agent in many foods Because of its value as a preservative, salt was a vital commodity to early civilization
A compound formed when one or more of the hydrogen ions of an acid is replaced with an cation (metal or positive polyatomic ion) or when one or more of the hydroxide ions of a base is replaced with an anion (nonmetal or negative polyatomic ion )
Hence, also, piquancy; wit; sense; as, Attic salt
A treaty between the US and former USSR limiting the number of ICBM and SLBM launchers that each can possess
Salts are substances that are formed when an acid reacts with an alkali. The rock is rich in mineral salts. see also Epsom salts, smelling salts
preserve with salt; "people used to salt meats on ships"
one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
A dish for salt at table; a saltcellar
white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
A basic taste characterized by solutions of chlorides, bromides, iodides, nitrates, and sulfates of potassium and lithium
{f} 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
If you take something with a pinch of salt, you do not believe that it is completely accurate or true. The more miraculous parts of this account should be taken with a pinch of salt
A chemical compound derived from an acid by replacing the hydrogen atom with a metal or positive ion Salts may act as buffers in solution with acids or bases Common or table salt (NaCl) is an example
add salt to of speech that is painful or bitter; "salt scorn"- Shakespeare; "a salt apology"
A chemical compound formed by combining the anion of an acid with the cation of a base Second Law of Thermodynamics - Some forms of transformations of one kind of energy to another are not observed to occur in natural processes The observed transformations in a closed system are always characterized by a nondecreasing entropy In open systems where the entropy may be kept constant, the allowed transformations are always characterized by a decrease in the amount of (free) energy available to do useful work
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
Salt is a strong-tasting substance, in the form of white powder or crystals, which is used to improve the flavour of food or to preserve it. Salt occurs naturally in sea water. Season lightly with salt and pepper. a pinch of salt
Sesame Seed Shortening Short Paste Silicone Paper Sodium Stearoyl-2-Lactylate (SSL) Specific Gravity Specific Heat Specific Volume Spring Wheat Sterilisation Sugar Batter Cake Mixing Method Surfactant Syneresis Thiamine Titanium Dioxide Triglyceride Unleavened Bread Viscoelasticity Vitamins Water Water Activity Waxy Maize Winter Wheat Yeast
Salacious; lecherous; lustful
The common name for the specific chemical compound sodium chloride, used in the regeneration of ion exchange water softeners In chemistry, the term is applied to a class of chemical compounds which can be formed by the neutralization of an acid with a base
When you salt food, you add salt to it. Salt the stock to your taste and leave it simmering very gently. + salted salt·ed Put a pan of salted water on to boil
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
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
The chloride of sodium, a substance used for seasoning food, for the preservation of meat, etc
the taste experience when salt is taken into the mouth
A common substance recognised chemically as sodium chloride (NaCl), used extensively as a condiment and preservative
a substance needed to live, made of the elements sodium and chloride SOLID keeping its shape, firm, not a liquid or gas, for example a rock SUN a star in our solar system that helps heat the earth and keeps plants alive
Marshes flooded by the tide
If someone or something rubs salt into the wound, they make the unpleasant situation that you are in even worse, often by reminding you of your failures or faults. I had no intention of rubbing salt into a friend's wounds, so all I said was that I did not give interviews. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks talks between the US and the former Soviet Union, which aimed to reach agreement about limiting the number of nuclear weapons that each country kept. Two SALT Treaties (=official agreements) were signed: SALT I (1972) and SALT II (1979). Chemical compound formed when the hydrogen of an acid is replaced by a metal or its equivalent, such as ammonium (NH4). Typically, an acid and a base react to form a salt and water. Most inorganic salts ionize (see ion) in water solution. Sodium chloride common table salt is the most familiar salt; sodium bicarbonate (bicarbonate of soda), silver nitrate, and calcium carbonate are others. Great Salt Lake salt dome Salt Lake City Salt River table salt
Bitter; sharp; pungent
A sailor; usually qualified by old
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
any compound formed by combination of any negative ion (except hydroxide) with any positive ion (except hydrogen or hydronium); the precipitate produced as the result of neutralization of an acid with a base
Salt Lake City
The capital city of Utah, USA
Salt River
Used in reference to losing an election; found especially in the phrase "rowed up Salt River"
salt and pepper
Mixed black and white
salt cedar
Name for an invasive plant of the Southwest United States (native to Eurasia) of the genus Tamarisk. Originally imported as an ornamental plant when it escapes into the wild it is considered a weed because it crowds out native plants
salt cedars
plural form of salt cedar
salt cellar
A salt shaker
salt cellar
A small open container holding salt for use in the kitchen or on a dining table
salt cellars
plural form of salt cellar
salt clay
A dough usually made mainly from salt, flour and water (sometimes with cornstarch), moldable into shapes while soft but which then hardens
salt cod
cod that has been dried and salted
salt cods
plural form of salt cod
salt dome
An upwelling of crystalline rock salt and its aureole of deformed sediments
salt domes
plural form of salt dome
salt dough map
A three-dimensional relief map, made from salt dough or a similar substance, often by children for educational purposes
salt dough maps
plural form of salt dough map
salt flat
a dry lake bed consisting primarily of salt
salt gland
a specialized gland, located near the eyes or nose of certain marine animals that secretes a liquid having a high salt content; it enables the animal to drink seawater without having to eliminate the excess salt through the kidneys
salt marsh
A marsh of saline water, found in the intertidal zone between land and sea, characterized by halophytic plants such as grasses and sedges adapted to periodic flooding with salt water
salt marshes
plural form of salt marsh
salt mine
Any laborious work, especially in a confined space
salt mine
Any mine used for the extraction of salt
salt of the earth
A decent, dependable, unpretentious person
salt of the earth
A most worthy person

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.

salt pan
A man-made pond where salty water is evaporated to concentrate it during the making of salt
salt pan
A flat expanse of ground naturally covered with salt and other minerals; this is the accumulation of salts and minerals as water, unable to drain into the ground, evaporates
salt pans
plural form of salt pan
salt shaker
A small container designed to hold salt and facilitate sprinkling it on food for seasoning purposes
salt shakers
plural form of salt shaker
salt substitute
A substance that tastes salty but contains less or no sodium than table salt (sodium chloride)
salt substitutes
plural form of salt substitute
salt water
any water containing dissolved salt; brine
salt-and-pepper
Having a color pattern resembling many small speckles of black and white

fabric with a salt-and-pepper pattern.

salt-effect distillation
a technique of extractive distillation in which a salt or a non-volatile liquid is added to the mixture being distilled in order to remove azeotropes and aid separation
salt out
Precipitate, coagulate, or separate (as a dissolved substance) especially from a solution by the addition of salt intransitive verb : to become salted out
salt-cured meat
Salt-cured meat or salted meat, for example ham, bacon or kippered herring, is meat or fish preserved or cured by salt or brine
SALT talks
conferences between the United States and the Soviet Union on reducing nuclear armament
Salt Lake City
capital city of Utah (USA)
Salt Lake City
The capital and largest city of Utah, in the north-central part of the state near Great Salt Lake. Brigham Young and his followers settled here in 1847, establishing it as the center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Population: 159,936. the capital city of Utah in the western US. It is the centre of the Mormon religion. City (pop., 2000: 181,743), capital of Utah, U.S. Located on the Jordan River, near the southeastern end of Great Salt Lake, it was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young and a group of 148 Mormons as a refuge from religious persecution. It was known as Great Salt Lake City until 1868. It prospered from rail connections to become a hub of western commerce and became the state capital in 1896. The largest city in the state, it lies at an altitude of 4,390 ft (1,338 m). It is a commercial centre for nearby mining operations and has diversified manufacturing industries. It is the headquarters of the Mormon Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which influences the social, economic, political, and cultural life of the state and region. It is the site of the Mormon Temple and Tabernacle. It was the host city of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games
Salt N Pepa
American rap/pop music group
Salt River
River, east-central Arizona, U.S. A tributary of the Gila River, it is formed at the confluence of the Black and White rivers. It flows west 200 mi (320 km) and empties into the Gila River southwest of Phoenix. It is part of the Colorado River drainage basin. A system of dams forms a chain of lakes that provides hydroelectric power. In pre-Columbian times the river valley was cultivated by Hohokam Indians who constructed systems of irrigation canals
salt and pepper
{s} with dark and light color mixed in small flecks; (of hair) gray and white
salt and pepper
{i} (Slang) marijuana
salt and pepper shakers
set of dispensers for salt and pepper (often made of ceramic or plastic)
salt away money
save money, conserve money
salt cake
unrefined form of sodium sulfate (used in the industry of glass, soap, paper pulp and ceramic glazes)
salt cake
Impure sodium sulfate used in making paper pulp, soaps and detergents, glass, ceramic glazes, and dyes
salt cat
{i} blend of salt and coarsely ground grain and lime that attracts pigeons
salt cellar
A salt cellar is a small container for salt with a hole or holes in the top for shaking salt onto food. a small container for salt American Equivalent: salt shaker (cellar from salliere, from salarium, from sal )
salt cellar
salt holder, vessel for serving salt
salt cod
codfish preserved in salt; must be desalted and flaked by soaking in water and pounding; used in e
salt cod
codfish cakes
salt depletion
loss of salt from the body without replacement (loss by vomiting or profuse perspiration or urination or diarrhea) thus upsetting the electrolyte balance
salt dome
An anticlinal fold with a columnar salt plug at its core. Largely subsurface geologic structure that consists of a vertical cylinder of salt embedded in horizontal or inclined strata. In the broadest sense, the term includes both the core of salt and the strata that surround and are "domed" by the core. Major accumulations of oil and natural gas are associated with salt domes in the U.S., Mexico, the North Sea, Germany, and Romania; domes along the Gulf Coast contain large quantities of sulfur. Salt domes are also major sources of salt and potash on the Gulf Coast and in Germany, and they have been used for underground storage of liquefied propane gas. Storage "bottles," made by drilling into the salt and then forming a cavity by subsequent solution, have been considered as sites for disposal of radioactive wastes
salt flat
a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water
salt free
{s} without salt, having no salt
salt gland
A specialized gland in marine animals that excretes the excess salt taken into the body
salt glaze
glaze that is produced by throwing salt into a kiln in the process of firing
salt glow
An exfoliating treatment where the body is rubbed with coarse salt to remove the top layer of dead skin and stimulate circulation
salt glow
Coarse salt, often combined with fragrant oils, is rubbed into the body to exfoliate and stimulate circulation
salt glow
The body is rubbed with coarse salt, sometimes in combination with fragrant oils, to remove the top layer of dead skin and stimulate circulation
salt glow
A hydrating and exfoliating treatment consisting of salt, essential oils and water This is followed by a shower and body lotion to complete the treatment
salt glow
a hydrating & exfoliating treatment where small amounts of oil & coarse salt are applied to dampened skin
salt grass
Any of various grasses, especially North American perennial plants of the genus Distichlis, that grow in salt marshes and alkaline areas
salt horse
(Slang) salted beef
salt i
the first treaty between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics resulting from the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
salt ii
the second treaty between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics resulting from the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
salt junk
salted pork or beef (Nautical Slang)
salt lake city
the capital and largest city of Utah; located near the Great Salt Lake in north central Utah; world capital of the Mormon Church
salt lick
block of salt that animals lick; location where animals go to lick salt and mineral deposits that are found in nature
salt lick
a salt deposit that animals regularly lick
salt marsh
A salt marsh is an area of flat, wet ground which is sometimes covered by salt water or contains areas of salt water. Low coastal grassland frequently overflowed by the tide
salt marsh
salt swamp, wetland area containing salt water
salt marsh mallow
subshrub of southeastern United States to New York
salt mine
mine from where salt is excavated; job that involves hard work and confinement (Slang)
salt mine
a mine where salt is dug
salt of the earth
{i} highly respected people, people of high morals
salt out
{f} separate from a solution by by adding salt, coagulate from a solution by adding salt
salt pan
{i} salt pool, small area of salt
salt pork
Fatty pork that is cured with salt, often used as a flavoring
salt pork
pork fat from taken from the belly or back or sides of a pig and cured with salt
salt pork
fat from the back and sides and belly of a hog carcass cured with salt
salt prices
inflate prices, raise prices unreasonably
salt receipts
falsify receipts, forge receipts
salt reed grass
tall reedlike grass common in salt meadows
salt restricted diet
nutritional diet that does not allow the consumption of salt
salt rheum
A popular name, esp
salt rheum
in the United States, for various cutaneous eruptions, particularly for those of eczema
salt rush
rush of the Pacific coast of North America
salt shaker
A salt shaker is the same as a salt cellar. a small container for salt British Equivalent: salt cellar
salt shaker
{i} container with small holes in the top for sprinkling salt, salt dispenser
salt spoon
{i} small spoon for taking salt at the table
salt tree
spiny shrub of the Caspian salt plains and Siberia having elegant silvery-downy young foliage and mildly fragrant pink-purple blooms
salt truck
a large vehicle that puts salt or sand on the roads in winter to make them less icy British Equivalent: gritter
salt water
Salt water is water from the sea, which has salt in it. fresh water
salt water
water containing salt, salty water, brine
salt-cured
(used especially of meats) preserved in salt
salt-free margarine
fatty spread which does not contain salt (used for baking, frying and spreading on food)
salt-rising bread
white wheat bread raised by a salt-tolerant bacterium in a mixture of salt and either cornmeal or potato pulp
Attic salt
Pointed and delicate wit
Glaser's salt
potassium sulphate
Glauber's salt
sodium sulphate decahydrate
Rochelle salt
The double salt potassium sodium tartrate that is used as a cathartic
above the salt
Of high standing or honor
acid of salt
hydrochloric acid
bile salt
The sodium salt of a bile acid; produced by the bile to neutralize the products leaving the stomach and to emulsify fatty material in it
celery salt
A spice ingredient used in cooking consisting of ground celery seed and salt
chicken salt
A seasoning comprising table salt blended with herbs, spices, flavourings, and sometimes monosodium glutamate, often containing chicken extracts

Chicken salt. That’s all it was. He wanted chicken salt and he got ordinary salt and so he whinged at me.”.

common salt
Ordinary salt (sodium chloride)
covenant of salt
A long-lasting agreement
diazonium salt
a diazonium compound
double salt
A solid solution of two simple salts, often in a definite proportion
grain of salt
A bit of common sense and skepticism. Generally used in some form of to take with a grain of salt

I'd take anything I read in that paper with a grain of salt.

inner salt
a zwitterion
microcosmic salt
A white salt, extracted from urine; once used in the preparation of phosphorus, and used in analytical tests for some metals; ammonium sodium hydrogenphosphate (NH4)NaHPO4
organic salt
table salt that has no additives
organic salt
Any salt of an organic acid
pinch of salt
A small amount of salt
pinch of salt
Caution, doubt, consideration

Take anything he tells you with a pinch of salt, he's an inveterate liar and mixes truth with his fiction liberally.

pinches of salt
plural form of pinch of salt
rock salt
The mineral halite
rock salt
Coarsely ground common salt
rub salt in someone's wounds
To make a painful situation even worse (even with the best of intentions)

John already feels guilty for what he did to you. Don't rub salt into his wounds.

rub salt in the wound
To make an injury feel worse
salter
One who makes, sells, or applies salt
salting
The act of tampering with an investigation site by adding bogus evidence
salting
Present participle of salt
sea salt
salt prepared by evaporating sea water
smelling salt
Any material used in this way
smelling salt
ammonium carbonate, sometimes with added perfume, that is inhaled as a mild irritant to the mucous membranes, to help restore consciousness
spirit of salt
An old name of hydrochloric acid
spirits of salt
Hydrochloric acid
sulfur salt
salt with about 3% added sulfur; supplied in blocks as a feed supplement for cattle and sheep
sulphur salt
Alternative spelling of sulfur salt
table salt
Sodium chloride, the salt most commonly used to season food at the table, usually used to distinguish from other compounds recognized as salts by chemists
take with a pinch of salt
Not take entirely seriously
worth one's salt
Competent or adept

Any doctor worth his salt should be able to correctly diagnose the illness.

worth one's weight in salt
worth one's salt
salted
{a} combined with salt
salter
{n} one who salts, one who sells salt
saltly
{a} in a salt state or manner
salts
{n} salt water flowing up rivers
salted
(used especially of meats) preserved in salt
salted
salsamentarious
salted
to which salt has been added
salted
{s} having salt added, salty; experienced, seasoned (Slang)
salted
past of salt
salter
someone who makes or deals in salt
salter
One who makes, sells, or applies salt; one who salts meat or fish
salter
someone who uses salt to preserve meat or fish or other foods
salter
someone who makes or deals in salt someone who uses salt to preserve meat or fish or other foods
Türkisch - Englisch
absolute
switchgear
merely
solely, only, simply, singly
naked
merely, solely, only; pure, absolute
unvarnished
pure: salt matematik pure mathematics. salt sevinç pure joy. salt us pure reason
pure
very

That very tune reminded me of my adolescence. - O salt melodi bana gençliğimi hatırlattı.

solely
frickle
salt ad
(Bilgisayar) name only
salt alt
(Bilgisayar) absbottom
salt alıcı
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) receive only
salt alıcı uçbirim
(Bilgisayar) receive only
salt alıcı uçbirim
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) receive only terminal
salt alır
receive only
salt alış uçbirimi
(Bilgisayar) receive only terminal
salt metin
(Bilgisayar) text only
salt metin belge
(Bilgisayar) text only
salt oku
(Bilgisayar) read only
salt oku bellek
(Bilgisayar) read-only memory
salt okunur
(Bilgisayar) readonly
salt okunur bellek sob
(Bilgisayar) rom
salt okunur bellek sob
(Bilgisayar) read only memory
salt okunur olarak aç
(Bilgisayar) open as read only
salt okunur yoğunteker
CD-ROM
salt orta
(Bilgisayar) absmiddle
salt sinüzoidal ton
(Bilgisayar) pure tone
salt siyah
(Bilgisayar) black only
salt tarih
(Bilgisayar) date only
salt yakınsak
absolutely convergent
salt-metin
(Bilgisayar) text only
salt-metin dosyalar
(Bilgisayar) text-only files
salt-okunur
(Bilgisayar) read only
salt basınç
absolute pressure
salt adres
absolute address
salt alanı
switchyard
salt alış
(Askeri) receive only
salt artezyen kuyusu
absolute artesian well
salt basınçlı kuyu
absolute artesian well
salt besleyici
(Bilgisayar) feeder only
salt boşluk
absolute vacuum
salt değer
math . absolute value
salt değer
absolute value
salt değerler olarak
(Bilgisayar) save unformatted values
salt dikey
(Bilgisayar) vertical only
salt dolabı
switch box
salt doğma süreci
birth process
salt düz yatak
(Bilgisayar) flatbed only
salt düzenlenebilir
(Bilgisayar) editable only
salt gerçek
the naked truth
salt gerçek
absolute fact
salt gerçek
the very truth
salt gerçek
naked truth
salt geçerli veritabanı
(Bilgisayar) current database only
salt güce dayanarak
by brutal force
salt hata
(Bilgisayar) absolute error
salt kilitlenmiş dosya
exclusively locked file
salt metin belgesi
(Bilgisayar) text-only document
salt mutluluk
beatitude
salt mutluluk ile ilgili
nirvanic
salt nem
absolute humidity
salt nüfus
(Coğrafya) total population
salt okunur aç
(Bilgisayar) open read-only
salt okunur aç
(Bilgisayar) open read only
salt okunur bellek
read-only storage
salt okunur bellek
read-only memory
salt okunur bellek; tahmini sipariş miktarı
(Askeri) read-only memory; rough order of magnitude
salt okunur erişim hakları
(Bilgisayar) read-only access rights
salt okunur modu
(Bilgisayar) read only mode
salt okunur olarak ayarla
(Bilgisayar) set read-only
salt okunur parolası
(Bilgisayar) read-only password
salt okunur yoğunteker cd-rom
(Bilgisayar) compact disk-read only memory
salt okunur yoğunteker cd-rom
(Bilgisayar) compact disc read-only memory
salt okunur öner
(Bilgisayar) read-only recommended
salt okunur önerilir
(Bilgisayar) read-only recommended
salt perhiz müfredatı
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) abstinence-only curricula
salt pio
(Bilgisayar) pio only
salt sahası
switchyard
salt sahası jeolojisi
geology of switchyard
salt ses
(Bilgisayar) voice only
salt sözcükler
(Bilgisayar) words only
salt sıcaklık
absolute temeparute
salt sıcaklık
absolute temperature
salt sıfır
absolute zero
salt sıklık
absolute frequency
salt sığalı düzge
(Gıda) capacitance-only system
salt sığalı düzge
(Gıda) capacitance only system
salt veriyi yazdır
(Bilgisayar) print data only
salt yatay
(Bilgisayar) horizontal only
salt yazılır
(Bilgisayar) write only
salt yoğunluk
absolute density
salt yörünge
absolute paths
salt yükleyici
absolute loader
salt çoğunluk
(Kanun) simple majority
salt çoğunluk
(Politika, Siyaset) electoral quotient
salt çoğunluk
absolute majority
salt çoğunlukla seçmek
(Hukuk) to elect by a simple majority
salt ışınsal ısıölçer
(Aydınlatma) absolute thermal detector
salt-okuma erişimi
(Bilgisayar) read-only access
salt-okunur aç
(Bilgisayar) open as read-only
salt-okunur dosya
(Bilgisayar) read only file
salt-veri belgesi
(Bilgisayar) data-only document
salt-veri dosyası
(Bilgisayar) data-only file
salt-çalıştır işareti
(Bilgisayar) execute only flag
salt

    Silbentrennung

    SALT

    Türkische aussprache

    sôlt

    Antonyme

    desalt

    Aussprache

    /ˈsôlt/ /ˈsɔːlt/

    Etymologie

    [ solt ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English sealt, from Proto-Germanic *saltan (cf. Dutch zout, German Salz, Swedish salt), from Proto-Indo-European *sal- (cf. Welsh halen, Latin sal, Russian соль (sol'), Ancient Greek ἅλς (háls)).

    Tempora

    salts, salting, salted

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