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SALT

noun [U] uk   /sɒlt/ us    /sɑːlt/
abbreviation for Strategic Arms Limitation Talks: a series of discussions between the US and the USSR that took place from 1969 to 1979 and aimed to limit the number of nuclear weapons
Translations of “SALT”
in Korean 소금…
in Arabic مَلْح…
in French sel, (vieux) loup de mer…
in Turkish tuz…
in Italian sale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食品, 鹽,食鹽…
in Russian соль…
in Polish sól…
in Spanish sal, (viejo) lobo de mar…
in Portuguese sal…
in German das Salz, der Seebär…
in Catalan sal…
in Japanese 塩…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食品, 盐,食盐…
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