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Spanish translation of “coal”

coal

noun /kəul/
a black mineral burned for fuel, heat etc
carbón
a lump of coal.
coalfield noun an area where there is coal to be mined.
yacimiento de carbón
coalmine noun a mine from which coal is dug.
mina de carbón
haul (someone) over the coals ( rake (someone) over the coals) to scold
echar una bronca a
He was hauled over the coals for being behind with his work.
(Definition of coal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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