Salt Lake

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salt lake

[′sȯlt ‚lāk]
A confined inland body of water having a high concentration of salts, principally sodium chloride.

Salt Lake


in the broad sense, a body of water that is perceptibly salty to the taste (mineralization in excess of 1 g/kg) and therefore unfit for drinking.

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