Is "salad" a countable or uncountable noun?

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Mar 30, 2017

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Could be either, depending on the context.

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It could be classed as uncountable if you say "I helped myself to salad from the large bowl".

But if you're using salad in terms of the name of an actual meal, then it's countable "Table 2 has ordered 4 salads and 4 Cokes".

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