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  • date unknown
linked to #188613
  • date unknown
Is there any salt left?
linked to #350697
linked to #462021
linked to #602882
  • NickC
  • Jul 17th 2011, 07:43
Does it have too much salt?
  • NickC
  • Jul 17th 2011, 07:43
linked to #993764
linked to #1248019
linked to #1272580
linked to #627048
linked to #2393377
  • gleki
  • Apr 20th 2013, 15:20
linked to #2393446
Is there any salt left?
linked to #2413156
unlinked from #2393377
linked to #3413772
linked to #3497261
linked to #3698711

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Sentence #25758

eng
Is there any salt left?

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Tximist
Feb 8th 2013, 03:24
I think the Chinese sentence means "Is there any salt left".

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