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preserve [ pri'zə:v] vt.保护;保存;腌渍

preserve from 保护,使…免遭

preserve [pri'zə:v] v.保护,保存,维持

preserve [ pri'zə:v] v.保护,保藏

preserve [pri'zə:v] vt.保存,维持

保护生态环境 preserve the ecological environment

the subsidy rate for value-preserved savings 保值储蓄补贴率

preserved meat 腊肉

preserved bean curd 腐乳

preserved egg 皮蛋

preserved szechuan pickle 榨菜

Preserve and increase value and prevent losses 保值增值防止流失

The word, even the most contradictions word, preserves contact — it is silence which isolates.

We need to preserve the forest.

We will do everything to preserve peace.

Farmers feel that their countryside homes should be preserved.

We need to preserve the forest.

I hope that fate may preserve you from all harm.

preserved eggs
preserved fruit

In Brazil, many ancient forests are very well preserves.

In October 1838, I happened to read for amusement Malthus on Population, and being well prepared to appreciate the struggle for existence which everywhere goes on, from long continued observation of the habits of animals and plants, it at once struck me that, under these circumstances, favorable variations would tend to be preserved, and unfavourable ones to be destroyed.

I think these interesting old customs should be preserved.

I tried to preserve my independence.

It's the duty of the police to preserve the public order.

To acquire wealth is difficult, to preserve it more difficult, but to spend it wisely most difficult of all.

To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace.

To preserve a friend three things are required: to honour him present, praise him absent, and assist him in his necessities.

To do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest basin of freedom.
Ronald Reagan, American president

It enables men to construct an intellectual vision of a new world, and it preserves the zest of life by the suggestion of satisfying purpose.
Alfred North Whitehead, British philosopher and mathematician  
英国哲学家。数学家怀特海. A. N.
It is at our mother's knee that we acquire our noblest and truest and highest ideals, but there is seldom any money in them.
Mark Twain. American writer

preserve v.保存;保持;装罐

保藏 preserve

保持 preserve; held; holding; keeping; maintenance; remain; carried

保存 preserving; conservation; conserve; hold; keep; keeping; preservation; save; conservancy

保留 retain; reservation; reserve; withhold; preserving

保全 maintain; preserve; conserve

保藏 preserve

抱残守缺 [bǎo cán shǒu quē] /cherish the outmoded and preserve the outworn - be conservative/

保藏 [bǎo cáng] /keep in store/preserve/

保持 [bǎo chí] /to keep/to maintain/to hold/to preserve/

保存 [bǎo cún] /to conserve/to preserve/to keep/

保留 [bǎo liú] /continue to have/retain/hold back/reserve/reservations/hold back (approval or acceptance)/to preserve/maintain/

保全 [bǎo quán] /save from damage/preserve/maintain/keep in good repair/

防护 [fáng hù] /(v) defend and preserve/

饯 [jiàn] /farewell dinner/preserves/

腊 [là] /preserved (meat)/

腊 [là] /December/preserved (meat)/

留 [liú] /leave (message)/to retain/to stay/to remain/to keep/to preserve/

木乃伊 [mù nǎi yī] /mummy (preserved corpse)/

维 [wéi] /to preserve/to maintain/to hold together/dimension/

维持 [wéi chí] /to keep/to maintain/to preserve/

维修 [wéi xiū] /(v) protect and maintain; preserve/

鲞 [xiǎng] /wine-preserved pomfret/

{adj: apart, isolated, obscure} remote and separate physically or socially
"existed over the centuries as a world apart"
"preserved because they inhabited a place apart"- W.H.Hudson
"tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization"
"an obscure village"

{adj: candied, crystalized, crystalised, glace} (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar

{adj: conserving, preserving} saving from harm or loss
"serves a conserving function"

{adj: destroyed} spoiled or ruined or demolished
"war left many cities destroyed"
"Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind"
<-> preserved

{adj: dried, dehydrated, desiccated} preserved by removing natural moisture
"dried beef"
"dried fruit"
"dehydrated eggs"
"shredded and desiccated coconut meat"

{adj: flash-frozen, quick-frozen, frozen} (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value
"frozen foods"

{adj: freeze-dried} preserved by freezing and drying in a vacuum
"freeze-dried coffee"

{adj: fresh, sweet, unfermented} not soured or preserved
"sweet milk"

{adj: fresh} not canned or otherwise preserved
"fresh vegetables"
<-> preserved

{adj: high-flown, high-sounding, inflated} pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals)
"high-flown talk of preserving the moral tone of the school"
"a high-sounding dissertation on the means to attain social revolution"

{adj: hygienic, hygienical} tending to promote or preserve health
"hygienic habits like using disposable tissues"
"hygienic surroundings with plenty of fresh air"

{adj: pickled} (used of foods) preserved in a pickling liquid

{adj: potted} preserved in a pot or can or jar
"potted meat"
"potted shrimp"

{adj: preservable} capable of being preserved

{adj: preservative} tending or having the power to preserve
"the timbers should be treated with a preservative"

{adj: preserved} kept intact or in a particular condition
<-> destroyed

{adj: preserved} prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
<-> fresh

{adj: rancorous} showing deep-seated resentment
"preserve...from rancourous envy of the rich"- Aldous Huxley

{adj: salted, salt-cured, brine-cured} (used especially of meats) preserved in salt

{adj: undrained} not drained
"preserve wetlands; keep them undrained"
<-> drained

{adj: unenlightened} not enlightened; ignorant
"the devices by which unenlightened men preserved the unjust social order"
<-> enlightened

{adj: unmarred, unmutilated} without a mar or blemish
"fragile tracery that must be preserved unmutilated and distinct"- B.N.Cardozo

{adj: well-preserved} used of older persons who are healthy

{n: Baltic, Baltic language} a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages; Baltic languages have preserved many archaic features that are believed to have existed in Proto-Indo European

{n: Barbados gooseberry, blade apple} small yellow to orange fruit of the Barbados gooseberry cactus used in desserts and preserves and jellies

{n: Constitutional Union Party} a former political party in the United States; formed in 1859 by former Whigs who hoped to preserve the Union

{n: Donkin, Bryan Donkin} English engineer who developed a method of preserving food by sterilizing it with heat and sealing it inside a steel container--the first tin can (1768-1855)

{n: Immaculate Conception, Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary} (Christianity) the Roman Catholic dogma that God preserved the Virgin Mary from any stain of original sin from the moment she was conceived

{n: Leakey, Richard Leakey, Richard Erskine Leakey} English paleontologist (son of Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey) who continued the work of his parents; he was appointed director of a wildlife preserve in Kenya but resigned under political pressure (born in 1944)

{n: National Trust, NT} an organization concerned to preserve historic monuments and buildings and places of historical interest or natural beauty; founded in 1895 and supported by endowment and private subscription

{n: Phrygian} a Thraco-Phrygian language spoken by the ancient inhabitants of Phrygia and now extinct--preserved only in a few inscriptions

{n: Pyongyang, capital of North Korea} capital of North Korea and an industrial center
"Pyongyang is Korea's oldest city but little of its history has been preserved"

{n: Sappho} the Greek lyric poet of Lesbos; much admired although only fragments of her poetry have been preserved (6th century BC)

{n: Security Council, SC} a permanent council of the United Nations; responsible for preserving world peace

{n: Siberian crab, Siberian crab apple, cherry apple, cherry crab, Malus baccata} Asian wild crab apple cultivated in many varieties for it small acid usually red fruit used for preserving

{n: Timgad} an ancient town founded by the Romans; noted for extensive and well-preserved ruins

{n: apricot sauce} for Chinese dishes: apricot preserves and chutney

{n: beadle} a minor parish official who serves as an usher and preserves order at services

{n: berry} any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves

{n: black catechu, catechu} extract of the heartwood of Acacia catechu used for dying and tanning and preserving fishnets and sails; formerly used medicinally

{n: black olive, ripe olive} olives picked ripe and cured in brine then dried or pickled or preserved canned or in oil

{n: canned food, canned foods, canned goods, tinned goods} food preserved by canning

{n: canned meat, tinned meat} meat preserved in a can or tin

{n: chowchow} a Chinese preserve of mixed fruits and ginger

{n: citron} large lemonlike fruit with thick aromatic rind; usually preserved

{n: cocoa plum, coco plum, icaco} plum-shaped whitish to almost black fruit used for preserves; tropical American

{n: confiture} preserved or candied fruit

{n: conserve, preserve, conserves, preserves} fruit preserved by cooking with sugar

{n: costusroot, Saussurea costus, Saussurea lappa} annual herb of the eastern Himalayas (Kashmir) having purple florets and a fragrant root that yields a volatile oil used in perfumery and for preserving furs

{n: crab apple, crabapple, cultivated crab apple} any of numerous varieties of crab apples cultivated for their small acid (usually bright red) fruit used for preserving or as ornamentals for their blossoms

{n: crab apple, crabapple} small sour apple; suitable for preserving
"crabapples make a tangy jelly"

{n: cryonics} the freezing of a seriously ill or recently deceased person to stop tissues from decomposing; the body is preserved until new medical cures are developed that might bring the person back to life
"cryonics is more science fiction than serious science"

{n: dehydrated food, dehydrated foods} food preserved by dehydration

{n: dill pickle} pickle preserved in brine or vinegar flavored with dill seed

{n: dillenia} any of several evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Dillenia grown for their foliage and nodding flowers resembling magnolias which are followed by fruit that is used in curries and jellies and preserves

{n: dried apricot} apricots preserved by drying

{n: dried fruit} fruit preserved by drying

{n: ecotourism} tourism to exotic or threatened ecosystems to observe wildlife or to help preserve nature

{n: eye bank} a place for storing and preserving corneas that are obtained from human corpses immediately after death; used for corneal transplantation to patients with corneal defects

{n: feijoa, pineapple guava} dark-green kiwi-sized tropical fruit with white flesh; used chiefly for jellies and preserves

{n: fig} fleshy sweet pear-shaped yellowish or purple multiple fruit eaten fresh or preserved or dried

{n: floor wax} a preparation containing wax and used to polish and preserve the finish of floors

{n: folk, folks, common people} people in general (often used in the plural)
"they're just country folk"
"folks around here drink moonshine"
"the common people determine the group character and preserve its customs from one generation to the next"

{n: formalin, formol} a 10% solution of formaldehyde in water; used as a disinfectant or to preserve biological specimens

{n: fossil fuel} fuel consisting of the remains of organisms preserved in rocks in the earth's crust with high carbon and hydrogen content

{n: fresh food, fresh foods} food that is not preserved by canning or dehydration or freezing or smoking

{n: frozen food, frozen foods} food preserved by freezing

{n: game law} a regulation intended to manage or preserve game animals

{n: headhunter, head-shrinker} a savage who cuts off and preserves the heads of enemies as trophies

{n: history} all that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; a body of knowledge
"the dawn of recorded history"
"from the beginning of history"

{n: insulation, insularity, insularism, detachment} the state of being isolated or detached
"the insulation of England was preserved by the English Channel"

{n: isometry} a one-to-one mapping of one metric space into another metric space that preserves the distances between each pair of points
"the isometries of the cube"

{n: jampot, jamjar} a jar for holding jellies or preserves

{n: jam} preserve of crushed fruit

{n: jelly} a preserve made of the jelled juice of fruit

{n: kai apple} South African fruit smelling and tasting like apricots; used for pickles and preserves

{n: ketembilla, kitembilla, kitambilla} maroon-purple gooseberry-like fruit of India having tart-sweet purple pulp used especially for preserves

{n: liquidator, receiver} (law) a person (usually appointed by a court of law) who liquidates assets or preserves them for the benefit of affected parties

{n: maraschino, maraschino cherry} cherry preserved in true or imitation maraschino liqueur

{n: marmalade} a preserve made of the pulp and rind of citrus fruits

{n: mayhaw, summer haw, Crataegus aestivalis} hawthorn of southern United States bearing juicy acid scarlet fruit often used in jellies or preserves

{n: mediterranean anchovy, Engraulis encrasicholus} esteemed for its flavor; usually preserved or used for sauces and relishes

{n: medium} (biology) a substance in which specimens are preserved or displayed

{n: medlar} crabapple-like fruit used for preserves

{n: memory device, storage device} a device that preserves information for retrieval

{n: monument} an important site that is marked and preserved as public property

{n: nature} the natural physical world including plants and animals and landscapes etc.
"they tried to preserve nature as they found it"

{n: park, parkland} a large area of land preserved in its natural state as public property
"there are laws that protect the wildlife in this park"

{n: peacekeeper} a member of a military force that is assigned (often with international sanction) to preserve peace in a trouble area

{n: peach sauce} for Chinese dishes: peach preserves and chutney

{n: petrifaction} a rock created by petrifaction; an organic object infiltrated with mineral matter and preserved in its original form

{n: pickled herring} herring preserved in a pickling liquid (usually brine or vinegar)

{n: pickle} vegetables (especially cucumbers) preserved in brine or vinegar

{n: pie plant, garden rhubarb, Rheum cultorum, Rheum rhabarbarum, Rheum rhaponticum} long cultivated hybrid of Rheum palmatum; stems often cooked in pies or as sauce or preserves

{n: plum sauce} for Chinese dishes: plum preserves and chutney

{n: preservation} the condition of being (well or ill) preserved

{n: preserver} a cook who preserves fruits or meat

{n: preserve} a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone
"medicine is no longer a male preserve"

{n: preserve} a reservation where animals are protected

{n: quince} aromatic acid-tasting pear-shaped fruit used in preserves

{n: receivership} a court action that places property under the control of a receiver during litigation so that it can be preserved for the benefit of all

{n: rugulah, rugelach, ruggelach} pastry made with a cream cheese dough and different fillings (as raisins and walnuts and cinnamon or chocolate and walnut and apricot preserves)

{n: salt cod} codfish preserved in salt; must be desalted and flaked by soaking in water and pounding; used in e.g. codfish cakes

{n: salt, table salt, common salt} white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food

{n: salter} someone who uses salt to preserve meat or fish or other foods

{n: salvation} a means of preserving from harm or unpleasantness
"tourism was their economic salvation"
"they turned to individualism as their salvation"

{n: salvation} the state of being saved or preserved from harm

{n: sample} all or part of a natural object that is collected and preserved as an example of its class

{n: shoetree} a wooden or metal device that is inserted into a shoe to preserve its shape when it is not being worn

{n: shooting preserve} a preserve on which hunting is permitted during certain months of the year

{n: sodium nitrite} nitrite used to preserve and color food especially in meat and fish products; implicated in the formation of suspected carcinogens

{n: soluble glass, water glass, sodium silicate} a viscous glass consisting of sodium silicate in solution; used as a cement or as a protective coating and to preserve eggs

{n: sour cherry} acid cherries used for pies and preserves

{n: stillroom, still room} a pantry or storeroom connected with the kitchen (especially in a large house) for preparing tea and beverages and for storing liquors and preserves and tea etc

{n: stratification} the placing of seeds in damp sand or sawdust or peat moss in order to preserve them or promote germination

{n: strawberry jam, strawberry preserves} made with strawberries

{n: sweet pickle} pickle cured in brine and preserved in sugar and vinegar

{n: sweetmeat} a sweetened delicacy (as a preserve or pastry)

{n: tamarind, tamarindo} large tropical seed pod with very tangy pulp that is eaten fresh or cooked with rice and fish or preserved for curries and chutneys

{n: tar pit} a natural accumulation of bitumens at the surface of the earth; often acts as a trap for animals whose bones are thus preserved

{n: tarragon, estragon} fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning

{n: temporary injunction, interlocutory injunction} injunction issued during a trial to maintain the status quo or preserve the subject matter of the litigation until the trial is over

{n: thermos, thermos bottle, thermos flask} vacuum flask that preserves temperature of hot or cold drinks

{n: thymol, thyme camphor, thymic acid} a colorless crystalline solid used in perfume or preserving biological specimens or in embalming or medically as a fungicide or antiseptic

{n: time capsule} container for preserving historical records to be discovered at some future time

{n: vinegar fly} flies whose larvae feed on pickles and imperfectly sealed preserves

{n: wilderness, wild} a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition
"it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers"

{n: written record, written account} a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events

{n: zinc sulfate, zinc sulphate, white vitriol, zinc vitriol} a colorless water-soluble powder; used as a mordant or to preserve wood or for the electrodeposition of zinc

{v: can, tin, put up} preserve in a can or tin
"tinned foods are not very tasty"

{v: conserve, preserve, maintain, keep up} keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction
"We preserve these archeological findings"
"The old lady could not keep up the building"
"children must be taught to conserve our national heritage"
"The museum curator conserved the ancient manuscripts"

{v: conserve} preserve with sugar
"Mom always conserved the strawberries we grew in the backyard"

{v: continue, uphold, carry on, bear on, preserve} keep or maintain in unaltered condition ; cause to remain or last
"preserve the peace in the family"
"continue the family tradition"
"Carry on the old traditions"
<-> discontinue

{v: corn} preserve with salt
"corned beef"

{v: cure} be or become preserved
"the apricots cure in the sun"

{v: cure} prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve
"cure meats"
"cure pickles"

{v: dehydrate, desiccate} preserve by removing all water and liquids from
"carry dehydrated food on your camping trip"

{v: embalm} preserve a dead body

{v: fix} kill, preserve, and harden (tissue) in order to prepare for microscopic study

{v: freeze-dry} preserve by rapid freezing and subsequently drying in a vacuum
"freeze-dry the strawberries"

{v: keep, preserve} maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger
"May God keep you"

{v: mummify} preserve while making lifeless
"mummified ideas and institutions should be gotten rid of"

{v: mummify} remove the organs and dry out (a dead body) in order to preserve it
"Th Egyptians mummified their pharaos"

{v: pickle} preserve in a pickling liquid

{v: plastinate} preserve (tissue) with plastics, as for teaching an research purposes
"The doctor plastifies bodies to teach anatomy to his students"

{v: preserve, keep} prevent (food) from rotting
"preserved meats"
"keep potatoes fresh"

{v: preserve} keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing
"preserve the forest and the lakes"

{v: quick-freeze, flash-freeze} freeze rapidly so as to preserve the natural juices and flavors
"quick-freeze the shrimp"

{v: refrigerate} preserve by chilling
"many foods must be refrigerated or else they will spoil"

{v: salt} preserve with salt
"people used to salt meats on ships"

{v: save, preserve} to keep up and reserve for personal or special use
"She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"

{v: stratify} render fertile and preserve by placing between layers of earth or sand
"stratify seeds"

{v: sulphur, sulfur} treat with sulphur in order to preserve
"These dried fruits are sulphured"

Inevitably they will do everything they can to preserve this facade, but they will do very little to develop their inner value and personal growth.

For centuries, the resinous secretions that Laccifer lacca beetles de-posited on trees had provided a cottage industry in southern Asia, where peasants heated and filtered it to produce a varnish for coating and preserving wood products.

And that, in turn, helps preserve the no-cost nature of the Net by making ad-supported Web sites more profitable.

To preserve their find, Buigues and his team dug a trench completely around it, freeing a 24-ton block of ice that contained the carcass.

" No matter how well preserved the DNA looks, " says biologist Rob DeSalle of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, " It's probably not. "
不管这 DNA 看上去保存得有多好,纽约的美国自然历史博物馆的生物学家罗布·德萨利说,实际情形可能正好相反。

Near downtown, you'll find Ban Roi An Pan Yan( The Home of One Hundred Things, One Thousand Things), a unique museum and store whose owner, Charoui Na Soonton, preserves antique carvings and promotes young artisans.
在离清迈闹市不远的地方,你可以找到百宝楼,这是一家独特的博物馆和商店,主人 CharouiNaSoonton 要保护古代雕刻品并提携年轻一代的木刻匠人。

Starting from the premise that mythology and legend preserve at least a nucleus of historical fact, Bachofen argued that women were dominant in many ancient societies.

Nonetheless, this assumption that the first recorders of ancient myths have preserved facts is problematic.

Further, during those times, people existed in nuclear or extended family groups, and the sharing of food was quite literally supporting one's family or, by extension, preserving one's self.

它的原料是面粉和蛋, 下去用油煎成约手掌大小的薄饼, 但还有一种尺寸比较小的, 叫 silver dollar pancake, 较厚些. 通常吃的时候会再淋上糖浆 (syrup)-- Syrup 最早是从一种特殊的枫树而来, 在美国你还可以买下一整棵枫树, 然后主人每年会把这棵树收成的 syrup 寄给你. 但是天然的 syrup 很贵, 现在一般吃的多半为便宜的 corn syrup 或是加工过的产品, 有人嫌店里提供的syrup不好,会自己提罐maple syrup进店里配着吃, 比如电视影集 Seinfield里面就是如此, 除了 syrup 之外, pancake 还可以配糖蜜 molasses),更有人配 jams, preserves, fruit spreads等等. 全视各人喜好而定.
美国卖 Pancake 的连锁店叫 IHOP: International House of Pancake, 去这里吃东西, 不管你点什么, 他们都会送你一份 Pancake.

"Lethal force is something that we would try to avoid at all costs," he explained. "We are here to help the people of Louisiana, not to inflict damage on them. The only reason we come armed is for self protection, and if it is necessary to have arms and ammunition to preserve a safe and secure environment down here, then we have that equipment on hand, but we do not want to use it."

Much of the president's speech focused on continuing to spread freedom because he says if whole regions of the world remain in despair and grow in hatred, they will be recruiting ground for terror. "The United States has no right, no desire, and no intention to impose our form of government on anyone else. That is one of the main differences between us and our enemies," he said. "They seek to impose and expand an empire of oppression, in which a tiny group of brutal, self-appointed rulers control every aspect of every life. Our aim is to build and preserve a community of free and independent nations, with governments that answer to their citizens, and reflect their own cultures."

preserved meat 腊肉

preserved bean curd 腐乳

preserved egg 皮蛋

保温性强 extremely efficient in preserving heat; good heat preservation

Birds' eggs, in shell, fresh, preserved or cooked

Birds' eggs, in shell, lime-preserved

Birds' eggs, in shell, preserved or cooked, nes

Vegetables provisionally preserved ( for example, by sulphur dioxide gas, in brine, in sulphu

Olives provisionally preserved, not for immediate consumption

Capers provisionally preserved, not for immediate consumption

Cucumbers & gherkins provisionally preserved

Other mushrooms and truffles provisionally preserved

Other vegetables provisionally preserved, nes

Fruit and nuts, provisionally preserved ( for example, by sulphur dioxide gas, in brine, in s

Cherries, provisional preserved, not for immediate consumptn

Fruit & nuts, provisional preserved, not for immediate consumptn

Preserved litchi, dried

Other prepared or preserved meat, meat offal or blood

Prepared or preserved fish; caviar and caviar substitutes prepared from fish eggs

Atalantic salmon, prepared or preserved salmon (excl. minced)

Prepared or preserved salmon, nes

Prepared or preserved herrings (excl. minced)

Prepared or preserved sardines, sardinella, brisling or sprats

Prepared or preserved tuna, skipjack & bonito (sarda spp.)

Prepared or preserved mackerel (excl. minced)

Prepared or preserved anchovies (excl. minced)
制作或保藏的 鱼,整条或切块

Prepared or preserved river eel (excl. minced)

Tilapia, prepared or preserved salmon (excl. minced)

Prepared or preserved fish (excl. minced), nes

Prepared or preserved fish in aritight containers

Other Prepared or preserved fish

Prepared or preserved other shark's fins

Other prepared or preserved fish other than whole or in pieces, not in aircontainers

Crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates, prepared or preserved

Crab, prepared or preserved

Shrimps & prawns, prepared or preserved

Lobster, prepared or preserved

Freshwater crawfish shelled, prepared or preserved

Freshwater crawfish in shell, prepared or preserved

Crustaceans, nes, prepared or preserved

Jelly fish, prepared or preserved

Vegetagbles, fruit, nuts and other edible part s of plants, prepared or preserved by vinegar

Cucumbers & gherkins, preserved by vinegar or acetic acid

Garlic, preserved by vinegar or acetic acid

Vegetables, fruits, etc, preserved by vinegar or acetic acid, nes

Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid

Other vegatables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, frozen

Potatoes, preserved o/t by vinegar or acetic acid, frozen

Other vegetables preserved o/t by vinegar, etc, frozen, nes

Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen

Homogenized vegetable, preserved o/t by vinegar, etc, not frozen

Potatoes, preserved o/t by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen

Peas, preserved o/t by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen

Asparagus, preserved o/t by vinegar, in airtight containers

Asparagus,preserved o/t by vinegar, not frozen, nes

Olives, preserved o/t by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen

Sweetcorn, preserved o/t by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen


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