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salad

  
  ( salads    plural  )
1       n-var   A salad is a mixture of raw or cold foods such as lettuce, cucumber, and tomatoes. It is often served with other food as part of a meal.  
...a salad of tomato, onion and cucumber., ...potato salad.     
    fruit salad  
2    If you refer to your salad days, you are referring to a period of your life when you were young and inexperienced.  
LITERARY  
one's salad days      phrase  
The Grand Hotel did not seem to have changed since her salad days.     


Caesar salad     ( Caesar salads    plural  ) , caesar salad   Caesar salad is a type of salad containing lettuce, eggs, cheese, and small pieces of fried bread, served with a dressing of oil, vinegar, and herbs.      n-var  
fruit salad        ( fruit salads    plural  ) Fruit salad is a mixture of pieces of different kinds of fruit. It is usually eaten as a dessert.      n-var  
green salad        ( green salads    plural  ) A green salad is a salad made mainly with lettuce and other green vegetables.      n-var  
salad bowl        ( salad bowls    plural  ) A salad bowl is a large bowl from which salad is served at a meal.      n-count  
salad cream        ( salad creams    plural  ) Salad cream is a pale yellow creamy sauce that you eat with salad.      n-mass  
salad dressing        ( salad dressings    plural  ) Salad dressing is a mixture of oil, vinegar, herbs, and other flavourings, which you pour over a salad.      n-mass  
...low-calorie salad dressings.     
side salad        ( side salads    plural  ) A side salad is a bowl of salad for one person which is served with a main meal.      n-count  
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Consulte también:

salsa, salaam, salami, salary

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