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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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brinebrine /braΙͺn/ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DFCwater that contains a lot of salt and is used for preserving food πŸ”Š fish pickled in brine2 WATERsea water
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brineβ€’ The smell of dill brine filled the room.β€’ The sardines were soaked in brine.β€’ I think it is fair to say that the really top quality olives are usually sold in oil rather than in brine.β€’ At an early date, the inland brine springs of Droitwich and Cheshire were discovered and used for the manufacture of salt.β€’ It feeds well on the live brine shrimp but will accept other foods such as beef, shrimp, and scallops.β€’ The fry grew rapidly on a diet of brine shrimp and Liquifry.β€’ During the evening the females are placed in the aquarium, after which some brine shrimp and sifted Daphnia are added.β€’ Make sure the bird or birds are fully submerged in the brine.β€’ He put tiny brine shrimp and brine algae in an everlasting cosmos.
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