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Translation of "collier" - English-Spanish dictionary

collier

noun /ˈkoliə/
a person who works in a coalmine; coalminer minero The colliers used to go down to work in the Quesnoy mine. colliery noun ( plural collieries) a coalmine. mina de carbón
Translations of “collier”
in Vietnamese thợ mỏ…
in Thai คนขุดถ่านหิน…
in Malaysian pelombong batu arang…
in French mineur (de charbon)…
in German der Bergmann…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煤礦工人, 運煤船…
in Indonesian penambang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煤矿工人, 运煤船…
(Definition of collier from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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