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Synonyms for salt

add salt to

Synonyms

  • add salt to
  • flavour with salt

rub salt into the wound

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  • make something worse
  • add insult to injury
  • fan the flames
  • aggravate matters
  • magnify a problem

with a grain or pinch of salt

Synonyms for salt

a person engaged in sailing or working on a ship

salt away: to reserve for the future

salt away: to place (money) in a bank

Synonyms for salt

a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)

white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food

negotiations between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics opened in 1969 in Helsinki designed to limit both countries' stock of nuclear weapons

the taste experience when common salt is taken into the mouth

sprinkle as if with salt

add zest or liveliness to

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preserve with salt

(of speech) painful or bitter

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To monitor the iodine content of salt samples available in the area, 35 marked air tight plastic containers were distributed (17) at random to the students of the studied schools in each locality and they were asked to bring edible salt samples from their households the next day.
Our only bi-product is a highly valued edible salt.
Dr Waseem Khawaja from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) said that iodizing edible salt was an easy and inexpensive way to provide the iodine to the children.
The ceremony was organized jointly by The Micronutrient Initiative (M) and Punjab Health Department to acknowledge the services of salt processors that exhibited excellent commitment and sincerity in the adequate iodization of 100% of edible salt processed in 2010.
honey, treacle, yeast, baking powder; salt, edible salt, mustard, vinegar, sauces (condiments), dressings for salads, spices, ice, coffee, tea, cocoa and chocolate drinks, iced tea, coffee and cocoa preparations for making alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, cereals for human consumption including oat flakes and other cereal flakes; food flavourings, confectionery, sweets, fruit gums, chocolate, chocolate products, pralines with liqueur fillings, chocolate mixtures containing alcohol, chewing gums, fruit and muesli bars; all included in Class 30.
The official said that under USIP(Universal Salt Iodisation Programme)by the end of 2009 government wanted to reach out to 90 per cent edible salt iodisation.
Commenting on the production of edible salt, he said Pakistani salt is of the best quality in the world, adding last year the country earned Rs.
Existing ventures include a subsidiary which produces industrial and edible salt and another subsidiary which will produce magnesium oxide and derivatives soon.
Dr Wasim Khawaja from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) said that iodizing edible salt was an easy and inexpensive way to provide the iodine to the children.