Salsa

(Spanish) sauce

Salsa

(Mexican) Sauce. Usually refers to a tomato-based condiment used to dip or to accent dishes. If the salsa is uncooked, as in Pico De Gallo, it is referred to as 'salsa cruda.' If it is processed, in Tex Mex lingo, this is called 'chile.' If cooked and then bottled, this is called 'picante'.
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salsa

[n] - spicy sauce of tomatoes and onions and chili peppers to accompany Mexican foods
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salsa

noun spicy sauce of tomatoes and onions and chili peppers to accompany Mexican foods
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salsa

hybrid musical form based on Afro-Cuban music but incorporating elements from other Latin American styles. It developed largely in New York City ... [1 related articles]
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salsa

salsa (säl'su, sôl'–) , American popular music developed largely in New York City during the 1970s; its name is derived from the Spanish word for hot sauce. It is a mixture of various elements: rhumba, mambo, chacha, and other Latin dance forms; Afro-Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dom...
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salsa

(SAL-sa) – Mexicans define a salsa as a sauce, and all sauces as salsas. In Mexico sauces are a combination of fresh ingredients in which many are uncooked and served separately, to be added according to individual tastes. Salsas can be a mixture of raw or partially cooked vegetables and/or fruits, herbs, and, of course, chiles. Anything fro...
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Salsa

Sauce.
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SALSA

[programming language] The SALSA programming language (Simple Actor Language System and Architecture) is an actor-oriented programming language that uses concurrency primitives beyond asynchronous message passing, including token-passing, join, and first-class continuations. It also supports distributed computing over the Internet with univ...
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Salsa

[sauce] Salsa is the Spanish term for sauce, and in English-speaking countries usually refers to the sauces typical of Mexican cuisine, particularly those used as dips. They are often tomato-based, although many are not, and they are typically piquant, ranging from extremely hot to not hot at all. ==Pronunciation and etymology== The word sa...
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Salsa

[dance] Salsa is a popular form of social dance that originated in New York with strong influences from Latin America, particularly Cuba and Puerto Rico. The movements of salsa have its origins in Cuban Son, Cha cha cha, Mambo and other dance forms, and the dance, along with the salsa music, originated in the mid-1970s in New York. ==Origin...
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Salsa

A mixture of finely chopped vegetables or fruit combined with other flavourings and served cold
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Salsa

Spicy
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salsa

fast Latin American jazz-influenced dance
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Salsa

One of the Latin Rhythms — see the navigation bar at the upper left of each page.
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