sal [sæl][sal]
sustantivo
1. Sal; término de química o farmacia.
  • Sal ammoniac -> sal amoniaco, cloruro de amoníaco
  • Sal soda -> sosa, carbonato de sodio para lavar
  • Sal volatile -> carbonato armónico

sal [sæl]
noun
sal (f)
modifier
sal ammoniac (n) sal (f) amoníaca
sal volatile (n) sal (f) volátil

sal
feminine noun
1. salt (cooking & chemistry)
  • sal común o de cocina -> cooking salt
  • sal gema -> rock salt
  • sal gorda -> coarse salt (peninsular Spanish)
  • sal marina -> sea salt
  • sal de mesa -> table salt
2. wit (gracia)
  • es la sal de la vida -> it's one of the little things that makes life worth living
3. charm (garbo)
4. misfortune, bad luck (desgracia) (CAm, Carib, Mexican Spanish)
  • echar la sal a alguien -> to put a jinx on somebody
sales
plural feminine noun
1. smelling salts (para reanimar)
2. (para baño)
  • sales (de baño) -> bath salts

sal [sahl]
noun
1. Salt, common salt. (f)
2. Salt, a compound of a base and an acid. (Chemistry) (f)
3. Wit, facetiousness. (f)
4. Grace, charm, pep. (f)
5. Misfortune, piece of bad luck. (Figurative & Latin American) (m)
  • Sal gema -> rock salt
  • Sal y pimienta -> salt and pepper
  • Sal gorda -> kitchen salt
  • Sal de fruta -> fruit salts

sal
1 (Culin) (Química) salt
sal amoníaca sal ammoniac
sal común kitchen salt; cooking salt
sal de cocina kitchen salt; cooking salt
sal de eno (Centroamérica) fruit salts; liver salts
sal de fruta(s) fruit salts
sal de la Higuera Epsom salts
sal de mesa table salt
sal gema rock salt
sales aromáticas smelling salts
sales de baño bath salts
sales minerales mineral salts
sal gorda kitchen salt; cooking salt
sal volátil sal volatile
2 [de persona] (gracia) wit; (encanto) charm
tiene mucha sal he's very amusing
3 (Latinoamérica) (mala suerte) misfortune; piece of bad luck
sal

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