English version

brine

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