Preserve (food or other perishable items) in vinegar, brine, or a similar solution
chunks of green tomatoes pickled in brine
Immerse (a metal object) in an acid or other chemical solution for cleaning
A small cucumber preserved in vinegar, brine, or a similar solution
Any food preserved in this way and used as a relish
The liquid used to preserve food or other perishable items
An acid solution for cleaning metal objects
A difficult or messy situation
I am in a pickle
vegetables (especially cucumbers) preserved in brine or vinegar
preserve in a pickling liquid
fix: informal terms for a difficult situation; "he got into a terrible fix"; "he made a muddle of his marriage"
A rundown, also called a pickle, is a situation in the game of baseball that occurs when the baserunner is stranded between two bases and is in jeopardy. ...
In the computer programming language Python, pickle is the standard mechanism for object serialization; pickling is the common term among Python programmers for serialization (unpickling for deserializing). ...
HMS Pickle was a 10-gun topsail schooner of the Royal Navy. She was originally a civilian vessel named Sting, one of several vessels Captain William Frederick Watkins of seized when he captured the Dutch island of Curaçao in 1800. ...
The Pickle is a 1993 film written and directed by Paul Mazursky.
(Pickles (comic)) Pickles is a daily and Sunday comic strip by Brian Crane focusing on a retired couple in their seventies, Earl and Opal Pickles. Inspired by Crane's in-laws , they find retirement life less than idyllic.
The comic is set in Crane's hometown of Sparks, Nevada. ...
(Pickles (dog)) Pickles (died 1967) was a black and white mongrel dog renowned for his role in finding the stolen Jules Rimet Trophy in 1966.
A cucumber preserved in a solution, usually a brine or a vinegar syrup; , any vegetable preserved in vinegar and consumed as relish; The brine used for preserving food; A difficult situation, peril; An affectionate term for a mildly mischievous loved one; A rundown; A children’s game with three ...
(Pickles) To dream of pickles, denotes that you will follow worthless pursuits if you fail to call energy and judgment to your aid. For a young woman to dream of eating pickles, foretells an unambitious career. To dream of pickles, denotes vexation in love, but final triumph. ...
(Pickles) Despite the very clear findings nearly a century earlier of James Lind, the father of nautical medicine, in his Treatise on Scurvy that only citrus fruits provided protection, the old myth persisted that "pickles"—which might be any sort of pickled meat or vegetable, not just cucumbers ...
(Pickles) It can also refer to a Relish or Chutney.
(Pickles) Jimmy Clausen. Nickname given to him by teammates and based on Claussen brand pickles. (aka Alien Wizard)
(Pickles) Pungent, hot pickled vegetables or meat essential to an Indian meal. Most common are lime, mango and chilli.
(Pickles) the best bar to go to before and after an O’s game, not recommended on non-gamedays. (see above)
(pickles) 5 pints of bread & butter, 14 quarts of dill pickles (from Paulson’s market & our garden; cost $6)
(Pickling) Pipe immersed into acid bath for removal of scale, oil, dirt, etc.
(Pickling) Removing surface oxides from metals by chemical or electrochemical reaction.
(Pickling) A process that removes surface scale and oxidation products by immersion in a chemically active solution, such as sulfuric or hydrochloric acid.
(Pickling) The process of removing oxide scale from forgings by treating in a heated acid bath.
(PICKLING) Removing surface impurities by using chemicals. Used mainly to clean parts prior to coating. This treatment is more aggressive than passivation.
(Pickling) the practice of adding enough vinegar or lemon juice to a low-acid food to make it more acid; preserving food, especially cucumbers, in a solution of brine or vinegar, often with spices added.
(Pickling) An acid metal cleaning process to remove oxide film or scale.
(Pickling) The removal of scale by treatment with diluted acids or other chemicals.