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 Translation for 'sea salt' from English to Russian
NOUN   sea salt | -
морская соль {ж}sea salt
Partial Matches
соль {ж}salt
солить [несов.]to salt
горное
соляная шахта {ж}
salt mine
геол.гидр.
минеральное озеро {с}
salt lake
хим.
натриевая соль {ж}
sodium salt
гастр.
поваренная соль {ж}
cooking salt
геогр.
Солт-Лейк-Сити {м} [нескл.]
Salt Lake City <SLC>
гастр.
засаливать [несов.]
to salt [prepare for long-term storage]
геогр.
Балийское море {с}
Bali Sea
unverified
геогр.морс.
Явское море {с}
Java Sea
геогр.
Икарийское море {с}
Icarian Sea
геогр.
море {с} Ирмингера
Irminger Sea
геогр.
Ирландское море {с}
Irish Sea
геогр.
Карское море {с}
Kara Sea
геогр.
Новогвинейское море {с}
Bismarck Sea
геогр.
Коралловое море {с}
Coral Sea
геогр.
Яванское море {с}
Java Sea
геогр.
море {с} Лабрадор
Labrador Sea
геогр.
Лигурийское море {с}
Ligurian Sea
геогр.
Норвежское море {с}
Norwegian Sea
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Usage Examples English
  • The strictest interpretations also avoid the consumption of rock salt (sea salt can be substituted), and food that has been preserved by canning or drying, and even prohibit the use of metal cooking utensils.
  • In the reign of James VI the Flemish entrepreneurs Cornelius de Vos and Eustachius Roche set up salt pans at Newhaven to make sea salt.
  • By altering the percentage of sea salt in the dye vat and adding potash, he was able to successfully dye wool a deep purple colour.
  • The marine gas turbine operates in a more corrosive atmosphere due to the presence of sea salt in air and fuel and use of cheaper fuels.
  • Coarse sea salt is placed in a large wok and heated to a high temperature. Dry food items, such as eggs in shell, are buried in the hot salt and occasionally turned with a spatula.

  • Sea salt production in the Oldenburg region has been used since the 15th century to supply the huge salt demand in the Baltic region.
  • The processing of sea salt was developed as a highly important export product from the West Indies and continued to be a major export product into the nineteenth century.
  • The Province of Trapani is one of the largest sea salt producers in Italy.
  • At the coast are many lakes for producing sea salt.
  • Coloane was a sea salt farm for China. After their arrival, the Portuguese made Macau an important trading port, but Coloane remained largely deserted, and was used as a base by pirates until 1910.

  • In the atmosphere, the suspended particles are called particulates and consist of fine dust and soot particles, sea salt, biogenic and volcanogenic sulfates, nitrates, and cloud droplets.
  • It is known for Maldon Sea Salt which is produced in the area.
  • The only additive allowed is salt, which the cheese absorbs while being submerged for 20 days in brine tanks saturated to near-total salinity with Mediterranean sea salt.
  • A lesser amount is found in the Earth's crust as the water-soluble mineral halite (rock salt), and a tiny amount exists as suspended sea salt particles in the atmosphere [...].
  • marine theme park "Cayman Turtle Centre: Island Wildlife Encounter", previously known as "Boatswain's Beach"; the production of gourmet sea salt; and the Mastic Trail, a hiking trail through the forests in the centre of the island.

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