[sɔ:lt] [sɔlt]
  • 第三人称单数:salts;
  • 过去式:salted;
  • 过去分词:salted;
  • 现在分词:salting;
  • 例句
    • rub salt into the (或 someone's) wound
      make a painful experience even more painful for someone 在某人伤口上擦盐,使某人痛上加痛
    • the salt of the earth
      a person or group of people of great kindness, reliability, or honesty 社会中坚,最高尚的人,最值得信赖的人
    • sit below the salt
      be of lower social standing or worth 社会地位低
    • take something with a pinch (或grain) of salt
      regard something as exaggerated; believe only part of something 半信半疑
    • worth one's salt
      good or competent at the job or profession specified 胜任的,称职的,有能力的
    • salt something away
      (informal)secretly store or put by something, especially money (非正式)私下积攒(尤指钱)
    • salt something out
      cause soap to separate from lye by adding salt 加盐使皂从碱液中分离出来
    • salt away
      To put aside; save. 搁置;保存
    • salt out
      To separate (a dissolved substance) by adding salt to the solution. 盐析:通过向溶液中加盐而分离出(溶解的物质)
    • worth (one's) salt
      Efficient and capable. 有效的,有能力的
      Just when you had figured out how to manage fat in your diet, researchers are now warning against another common mealtime pitfall (陷阱) — salt.
      A study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Stanford University and Columbia University shows that even a modest decrease in daily salt intake (摄入) can lead to dramatic health benefits
      The authors documented an annual drop of as many as 120,000 cases of heart disease, 66,000 instances of stroke and 99,000 heart attacks caused by high blood pressure after a 3-g-per-day reduction in salt.
      Stored underground in large salt caves in Louisiana, this stockpile is called the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and currently contains over 600 million barrels of oil, roughly equivalent to one month's supply.
    • Noun
      1. a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
      2. white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
      3. the taste experience when salt is taken into the mouth
    • Verb
      1. add salt to
      2. sprinkle as if with salt;
      "the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps"
      3. add zest or liveliness to;
      "She salts her lectures with jokes"
      4. preserve with salt;
      "people used to salt meats on ships"
    • Adjective
      1. containing or filled with salt;
      "salt water"
      2. of speech that is painful or bitter;
      "salt scorn"- Shakespeare"a salt apology"
      3. one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water
    • 医学: 氯化钠,盐;盐类:酸中的氢原子被金属原子置换所成的化合物,或既含碱基又含酸基的化合物;〔复〕盐类泻剂:见magnesium sulfate (Epsom s.)、sodium sulfate (Glaubers s.)及potassium sodium tartrate (Prestons,Rochelle或 Seignettes s.);
      大气科学: 盐粉播撒,salt-seeding 用运载工具(飞机、火箭等)把盐粉播入催化云的作业过程。;