salt,盐，-cellar,俗化自古法语 salier,盐盒，盐碟，来自拉丁语 salarium,盐，来自 sal,盐，词源 同 salt.
- salt-cellar (n.)
- mid-15c., from salt (n.) + saler "salt-cellar" (14c.), from Old French salier "salt box" (Modern French salière), from Latin salarium, noun use of adjective meaning "pertaining to salt," from a diminutive of Latin sal "salt." As the connection between *saler and "salt" was lost, salt- was tacked on to the beginning; second element altered on model of cellar.
- 1. Season with salt, pepper and a pinch of cayenne.
- 2. Any coach worth his salt would do exactly as I did.
- 3. Salt the stock to your taste and leave it simmering very gently.
- 4. Too much salt masks the true flavour of the food.
- 5. Prick the potatoes and rub the skins with salt.
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