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Meaning of “brine” - Learner’s Dictionary

brine

noun [U]     /braɪn/
salty water, often used for keeping food from decaying: olives in brineWater in generalPreserving and storing food
Translations of “brine”
in Spanish salmuera…
in Vietnamese nước mặn…
in Thai น้ำเกลือ…
in Malaysian air garam…
in French saumure…
in German die Sole…
in Indonesian air asin…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指用于腌制食物的)盐水…
in Turkish tuz suyu, salamura suyu…
in Russian рассол…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指用於醃製食物的)鹽水…
in Polish solanka, słona zalewa…
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