Translation of "mine" - English-Spanish dictionary


pronoun uk /maɪn/ us /mɑɪn/

A2 the thing or things belonging to the person who is speaking or writing

‘Whose book is this?’ ‘It’s mine.’
Can I use your pen? Mine’s not working.
noun uk /maɪn/ us /mɑɪn/

a hole in the ground where people dig out coal, gold, etc.


a bomb hidden in the ground or water that explodes when it is touched

He was killed when he drove over a mine.
verb uk /maɪn/ us /mɑɪn/

to remove solid substances such as coal, gold, etc. from the ground so that they can be used

Tin was mined in this area for hundreds of years.
He made his fortune mining for gold and diamonds.

(Translation of “mine” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


pronoun /main/

something which belongs to me

(el) mío, (la) mía, (los) míos, (las) mías
Are these pencils yours or mine? He is a friend of mine (= one of my friends).
mine: This pencil isn’t yours — it’s mine (not my one).

(Translation of “mine” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)