table 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.

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  • table salt — n salt and esp. sodium chloride refined for use at the table and in cooking …   Medical dictionary

  • table salt — table ,salt noun uncount fine grains of salt that you can put on your food when you eat it …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • table salt — natrio chloridas statusas T sritis chemija formulė NaCl atitikmenys: angl. common salt; sodium chloride; table salt rus. натрий хлористый; натрия хлорид; пищевая соль; поваренная соль ryšiai: sinonimas – valgomoji druska …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • table salt — valgomoji druska statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Bespalviai kristalai, gerai tirpstantys vandenyje. Gamtoje paplitusi kaip nuosėdinė uoliena (akmens druska) ir ištirpusi jūrų, ežerų ir požeminiuose vandenyse. atitikmenys:… …   Ekologijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • table salt — salt (def. 1). [1875 80] * * * …   Universalium

  • table salt — noun white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food • Syn: ↑salt, ↑common salt • Derivationally related forms: ↑salty (for: ↑salt), ↑salt (for: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • table salt — noun Date: 1763 salt suitable for use at the table and in cooking …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • table salt — ta′ble salt n. salt 1) • Etymology: 1875–80 …   From formal English to slang

  • table salt — UK / US noun [uncountable] fine grains of salt that you can put on your food when you eat it …   English dictionary

  • Salt ceramic — Salt ceramic, also called Victorian salt clay is a traditional salt based modeling medium. Contents 1 Composition 2 Coloring 3 Techniques 4 Finishing …   Wikipedia

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