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Translation of "mill" - English-Spanish dictionary

mill

noun   /mɪl/
a place where grain is made into flour molino a flour mill
a factory where one material is made fábrica a cotton mill a paper mill
(Definition of mill from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mill

noun /mil/
a machine, sometimes now electrical, for grinding coffee, pepper etc by crushing it between rough, hard surfaces molinillo a coffee mill a pepper mill.
a building where grain is ground molino The farmer took his corn to the mill.
a building where certain types of things are manufactured fábrica a steel mill.
miller noun
a person who works a grain mill. molinero
millstone noun
one of the two large, heavy stones used in an old-fashioned mill for grinding grain. piedra de molino
(usually with round one’s/the neck) something that is a heavy burden or responsibility, and prevents easy progress carga enorme He regarded his brother as a millstone round his neck.
millwheel noun
a wheel that provides power to a mill as it turns. rueda de molino
(Definition of mill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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