common white substance obtained from mines, present in sea water (from which it is obtained by evaporation), used especially for flavoring and preserving food; sodium chloride
substance like salt in taste, form, etc.
thing that makes sth more interesting, lively, etc.
put salt on〔in〕 (food) to season it
cause more pungent; cause to season
"a salt apology"
"the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps"
"She salts her lectures with jokes"
"people used to salt meats on ships"
Mrs. Jewkes held her Salts to my Nose, and I did not faint.
出自： S. Richardson
Whose salt imagination yet hath wrong'd Your well-defended honour.
出自：Measure for Measure , Shakespeare
There's your lover, child. Either a monster..or a salt villain.
出自： C. S. Lewis
Members of previous governments..have salted away enormous sums.
这种物质需要多长时间来盐析? salt sth ⇔ out
The chemical must be salted out and allowed to dry.