Salada in english


pronunciation: sɔlti part of speech: adjective
In gestures

salado = salty. 

Example: Information was also collected on the short-term history of medication and lifestyle including smoking, drinking and eating salty foods.


» agua saladasaltwater [salt water] .

Example: Rubbing food with salt or soaking it in saltwater, an early form of curing food, also helped preserve it.

» cocodrilo de agua saladasaltie .

Example: As for crocs, the area is known to be inhabited by salties, but sightings are inconsistent.

» galleta saladacrackercream cracker .

Example: If you feel nauseated when you wake up in the morning, eat some crackers before getting out of bed.

Example: I also like to eat this dessert with cream crackers, just crush them and sprinkle them on the porridge.

» pez de agua saladasaltwater fish .

Example: Cigarette butts, one of the most ubiquitous forms of garbage in the world, have been found to be toxic to saltwater and freshwater fish.

» sabor saladosaltiness  .

Example: If you like the tang of mustard and the saltiness of olives you'll love these little bites.

salar = salt. 

Example: My aubergines are softer and richer in flavour and you'd have to be a pretty poor cook not to realise you need to rinse them after salting.

Salada synonyms

salt in spanish: sal, pronunciation: sɔlt part of speech: noun piquant in spanish: picante, pronunciation: pikənt part of speech: adjective saline in spanish: salina, pronunciation: səlin part of speech: noun stimulating in spanish: estimulante, pronunciation: stɪmjəleɪtɪŋ part of speech: adjective tasteful in spanish: de buen gusto, pronunciation: teɪstfəl part of speech: adjective
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