(verb, transitive) -- To put salt on something. Can be used for any method (shaker, paper packet, twisting a sea-salt dispenser, etc.), but the word comes from the sound of using a salt shaker (shoonk, shoonk, shoonk). The double-O is pronounced like the one in the word "foot".
My fish needs some salt. I need to shoonk it.
"Do you want me to shoonk your eggs?" "No, I don't like salt on eggs."
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