a usually cold dish consisting of vegetables, as lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers, covered with a dressing and sometimes containing seafood, meat, or eggs.
any of various dishes consisting of foods, as meat, seafood, eggs, pasta, or fruit, prepared singly or combined, usually cut up, mixed with a dressing, and served cold:
chicken salad; potato salad.
any herb or green vegetable, as lettuce, used for salads or eaten raw.
South Midland and Southern U.S. greens (def 22b).
any mixture or assortment:
The usual salad of writers, artists, and musicians attended the party.
a dish of raw vegetables, such as lettuce, tomatoes, etc, served as a separate course with cold meat, eggs, etc, or as part of a main course
any dish of cold vegetables or fruit: potato salad, fruit salad
any green vegetable used in such a dish, esp lettuce
noun 1. an assortment of salad ingredients, condiments, and dressings displayed on a serving table or counter, as at a restaurant, so that one can choose and combine ingredients freely. noun 1. a counter in a restaurant or other place where food is sold at which a range of salads is displayed, often for self-service
noun 1. a basket in which washed salad greens are swung or spun to remove excess water.
noun 1. a large bowl in which a salad, especially a tossed salad, is served. 2. a small bowl for individual servings of salad.
noun 1. a plant, Poterium sanguisorba, of the rose family, native to Eurasia, having rounded heads of small, greenish flowers in short spikes and edible leaves.