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salty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
saltysalt‧y /ˈsɔːlti $ ˈsɒːlti/ ●●○ adjective  1 DFtasting of or containing salt a slightly salty taste salty foodssee thesaurus at taste2 American English old-fashionedRUDE/OBSCENE language, a story, or a joke that is salty is amusing and often about sex
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saltyThe soup is a little too salty.Infants show pleasure as sweetness is increased and displeasure with slightly salty, acidic, or bitter liquids.He cut two thick slices of bread and spread yellow, salty butter over each one.This wine would be excellent with a salty dish such as ham.However, don't feed your feathered friends very dry bread, desiccated coconut or salty food.The french fries were too salty for me.She's a surprisingly salty lady.Did you have a salty meal and therefore drink more?Commercial sauerkraut is very salty so there is no additional salt in the recipe.Brine shrimp thrive naturally, it is reported, in water so salty that few other forms of life exist there.
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