verb (used without object)
- salsa verde,
- salt away,
- salt bath
Origin of salsa
Examples from the Web for salsa
Occasionally a pamphlet for a salsa class might be tossed on a doorstop or stuck on a pole near a bus stop.Iran’s Becoming a Footloose Nation as Dance Lessons Spread|IranWire|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
At under 200 pages, the book seems like chips and salsa on the table when you are expecting a four course meal.
They ate chips and salsa and guacamole and steak fajitas and slept in a real bed for the first time in days, indoors.We Survived the Triumph: Passengers Describe Their Doomed Carnival Cruise|Winston Ross, Eliza Shapiro, Sam Register|February 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To make the salsa, toast the chiles until the oils and aromas are released.
To assemble taco place crème fraiche, salsa, chicken, and plantains in a tortilla.
You could serve her old tires and she'd eat 'em if she could smother them in salsa.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
In the same locality is the basilica of Saint Salsa erected over her tomb.
Word Origin for salsa
kind of sauce, 1846; kind of dance music, 1975, from Spanish, literally "sauce," from Vulgar Latin *salsa "condiment" (see sauce (n.)). In American Spanish especially used of a kind of relish with chopped-up ingredients; the music so called from its blend of Latin jazz and rock styles.