To steep or saturate in brine
- liquid saturated or highly impregnated with salt pickle hence any powerful saline option additionally the saline residue or strong mom liquor resulting from the evaporation of natural or synthetic seas
- drench in brine
- a solid solution of sodium and water used for pickling
- liquid containing salts
- Water saturated or highly impregnated with salt; pickle; ergo, any strong saline option; in addition, the saline residue or powerful mommy alcohol resulting from the evaporation of all-natural or synthetic oceans.
- The sea; water of an ocean, sea, or sodium lake.
- Tears; -- so called from their saltness.
- To steep or saturate in brine.
- To sprinkle with salt or brine; since, to brine hay.
liquid soaked or highly impregnated with salt, seawater or a stronger option of a salt or salts.
Old English bryne "brine," beginning as yet not known; no known cognates beyond Dutch brijn, Flemish brijne.
A salt water answer always preserve foods.
- Salt and liquid option useful for pickling and preserving.
Water answer containing over 2.6 per cent sodium (the quantity found in sea-water), used in the make of caustic soda (sodium hydroxide), chlorine, sodium carbonate also items. Applied also in curing of hides, and pickling of meat and vegetables for canning.
(letter.) liquid over loaded or strongly impregnated with sodium; pickle; for this reason, any powerful saline answer; also, the saline residue or strong mama liquor caused by the evaporation of natural or artificial seas.
- (letter.) The sea; the water of an ocean, ocean, or salt lake.
- (letter.) Tears; -- so called from their particular saltness.
- (v. t.) To high or saturate in brine.
- (v. t.) To sprinkle with salt or brine; because, to brine hay.
The surplus brine of Berchtesgaden is conducted to Reichenhall, and thence, in increased volume, to Traunstein and Rosenheim, which possess larger supplies of timber for use as fuel in the process of boiling.