Salt-pan



noun
1.
an undrained natural depression, as a crater or tectonic basin, in which the evaporation of water leaves a deposit of salt.
salt pan

A small, undrained, shallow depression in which water accumulates, evaporates, and deposits salt.

A small lake of brackish water occupying such a depression.

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