Definitions for saltyˈsɔl ti
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
salt•yˈsɔl ti(adj.)salt•i•er, salt•i•est.
tasting of or containing salt; saline.
piquant; sharp; witty.
racy or coarse:
of the sea or sailing.
Origin of salty:
engagingly stimulating or provocative
"a piquant wit"; "salty language"
containing or filled with salt
one of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of sea water
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
tasting of or containing salt
This soup is too salty.
Tasting of salt.
Coarse, provocative, earthy; said of language.
Experienced, especially used to indicate a veteran of the naval services; salty dog (from salt of the sea).
Irritated, annoyed; from sharp, spicy flavor of salt.
Pertaining to those dialects of Catalan, spoken in the Balearic Islands and along the coast of Catalonia, that use definitive articles descended from the Latin instead of the Latin .
somewhat salt; saltish
Translations for salty
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
containing or tasting of salt
Tears are salty water.
- salgadoPortuguese (BR)
- salt-; saltetDanish
- sós (ízű)Hungarian
- salt(-), bitterNorwegian
- مالګين ، تريوPashto
- salt, salthaltigSwedish
- 鹹的Chinese (Trad.)
- نمک والاUrdu
- 咸的Chinese (Simp.)
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