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ore

noun [C or U] uk   /ɔːr/  us   /ɔːr/
rock or soil from which metal can be obtained: iron/copper ore
Translations of “ore”
in Arabic مَعْدَن خام…
in Korean 광석…
in Malaysian bijih‘…
in French minerai…
in Turkish cevher, maden filizi/cevheri…
in Italian minerale grezzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (含金屬的)礦石,礦砂…
in Russian руда…
in Polish ruda…
in Vietnamese quặng…
in Spanish mineral, mena…
in Portuguese minério…
in Thai แร่…
in German das Organ…
in Catalan mineral, mena…
in Japanese 鉱石…
in Indonesian bijih…
in Chinese (Simplified) (含金属的)矿石,矿砂…
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