Chinese translation of 'pickle'
- (= preserve)
- (in vinegar)
- (in brine)
to be/get in a pickle (inf)
处(處)于(於)/进(進)入进(進)退两(兩)难(難)的境地(chǔyú/jìnrù jìntuì liǎngnán de jìngdì)
Derived Formspickles n pl
'pickle' in Other Languages
British English: pickle NOUN
Pickles are vegetables or fruit, which have been kept in liquid for a long time to give them a strong, sharp taste.
...a bowl of sliced pickles in lemon juice.
British English: pickle VERB
When you pickle food, you keep it in vinegar or salt water so that it does not go bad, and it develops a strong, sharp taste.
Select your favourite fruit or vegetable and pickle them while they are still fresh.
Translation of pickle from the Collins English to Chinese
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