salt substitute n.
A low-sodium food additive that tastes like salt, such as potassium chloride, and is used as a dietary alternative to salt.
- Salt substrate
[MIT] Collective noun used to refer to potato chips, pretzels, saltines, or any other form of snack food designed primarily as a carrier for sodium chloride. From the technical term “chip substrate”, used to refer to the silicon on the top of which the active parts of integrated circuits are deposited.
noun, plural saltuses. Mathematics. 1. oscillation (def 5b). noun (pl) -tuses 1. a break in the continuity of a sequence, esp the omission of a necessary step in a logical argument
adjective 1. of or relating to salt water. 2. inhabiting salt water: a saltwater fish. adjective 1. of, relating to, or inhabiting salt water, esp the sea: saltwater fishes saltwater (sôlt’wô’tər) Consisting of or living in salty water, especially seawater.
noun 1. water containing a large amount of salt. 2. seawater.