07813107-n 'white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food';
Bulgarian сол
Catalan sal comuna , sal fina , sal de taula , sal
Chinese (simplified) , 食盐
Danish natriumklorid , salt , kogsalt
Greek επιτραπέζιο αλάτι , αλάτι
English salt5 ( ) , table salt , common salt
Basque gatz
Finnish ruokasuola , pöytäsuola , suola
French sel de table , sel , saler
Hebrew מֶלַח
Croatian sol , kuhinjska sol
Indonesian garam
Icelandic salt
Italian sale , sale fino , sale da tavola , sale da cucina , cloruro-di-sodio , sale-da-tavola
Japanese 波の花 , 食塩 , 塩化ナトリウム , 波乃花 , , 塩け , 塩気 , 食卓塩 , 塩類 , 塩花
Dutch tafelzout , keukenzout , chloornatrium , salt , zout
Nynorsk salt
Bokmål natriumklorid , koksalt , salt
Polish sól kuchenna , sól
Portuguese sal de cozinha , Sal-de-cozinha , sal , sais
Chinese (traditional)
Romanian clorurădesodiu , sare
Slovene sol
Spanish sal
Swedish salt
Thai เกลือ , เกลือแกง
Malaysian garam
Definitions
Italian
sostanza solida cristallina, solubile in acqua e usata per dare sapore ai cibi e conservarli
Japanese
調味と食品保存に使う特に塩化ナトリウムの白い結晶
Romanian
substanță cristalină, sfărâmicioasă, solubilă în apă și cu gust specific, care constituie un condiment de bază în alimentație și este folosită în industria conservelor, în tăbăcărie, în industria chimică etc.; clorură de sodiu
Greek
το χλωριούχο νάτριο, το κρυσταλλικό σώμα που εμφανίζεται κυρίως ως συστατικό του θαλασσινού νερού (επιτραπέζιο, μαγειρικό αλάτι) και ως ορυκτό (μαύρο, χοντρό αλάτι) και χρησιμοποιείται στη μαγειρική ως άρτυμα, στη συντήρηση τροφίμων και στη χημική βιομηχανία αντιστοίχως
English
white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
Relations
Hypernym: flavorer
Semantic Field: foodn
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