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German - English (British) translations for "Salz"

"Salz" German translation





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Meaning: salt

Ich streue Salz auf mein Essen.

I sprinkle salt on my food.

Meaning: brine

Die Oliven werden in Salzlake eingelegt.

The olives are preserved in brine.

Meaning: saline solution

Der Arzt verschrieb mir eine Salzlösung für meine verstopfte Nase.

The doctor prescribed a saline solution for my stuffy nose.

Meaning: salary

Er verdient ein hohes Salz als Geschäftsführer.

He earns a high salary as a CEO.


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A1: Ich koche mit Salz.

A1: I cook with salt.

A1: Das Essen braucht mehr Salz.

A1: The food needs more salt.

A1: Kannst du mir bitte das Salz geben?

A1: Can you please pass me the salt?

B1: In der Suppe fehlt noch etwas Salz.

B1: The soup still needs some more salt.

B1: Salz ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil in der Lebensmittelindustrie.

B1: Salt is an important component in the food industry.

B1: Die Straßen werden im Winter mit Salz gestreut, um das Eis zu schmelzen.

B1: The roads are salted in winter to melt the ice.

C1: Durch die hohe Salzkonzentration im Meerwasser schwimmt man leichter.

C1: Due to the high salt concentration in seawater, it is easier to float.

C1: Die Salzgewinnung erfolgt durch Verdunstung von Meerwasser oder aus Salzminen.

C1: Salt is obtained by evaporating seawater or from salt mines.

C1: Eine übermäßige Aufnahme von Salz kann zu gesundheitlichen Problemen führen.

C1: Excessive intake of salt can lead to health problems.

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Salz is a German noun that translates to 'salt' in English. It refers to a mineral substance composed primarily of sodium chloride (NaCl), which is commonly used as a seasoning and preservative in food.

In addition to its culinary uses, salt has various other applications. It is an essential component in the production of chemicals, such as chlorine and caustic soda. Salt is also used in water softeners to remove hardness minerals from water, and it plays a role in the manufacturing of glass, detergents, and textiles.

Furthermore, salt has historically been a valuable commodity and has been used as a form of currency in some societies. It has also played a significant role in religious rituals and cultural traditions throughout history.

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