- 1.1 (salt water) salmuera (f) olives in brine aceitunas (fpl) en salmueraMore example sentences1.2 (sea water) agua (f‡) salada or de mar 1.3 (the sea) [literario/literary] the brine el piélago [literario/literary]
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- The blocks are then salted in brine for 20 days and aged for two years.
- You will find preserved vine leaves in good supermarkets and specialist stores in cans or jars, either in brine or salt.
- Discard this water and use fresh water for your brine.
- In England, the relative lack of sunshine meant that salt was usually made by heating brine artificially.
- You are still just treading water, gulping brine into your empty heart and lungs.
- Ashore a spume of brine water rains from an overhanging crag and sluices back through the beach.
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