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mine

noun /main/
a place (usually underground) from which metals, coal, salt etc are dug
mina
a coalmine My father worked in the mines.
a type of bomb used underwater or placed just beneath the surface of the ground
mina
The ship has been blown up by a mine.
miner noun a person who works in a mine, in Britain usually a coalminer.
minero
mining noun
minería, explotación de minas
minefield noun an area of ground or water which is full of explosive mines.
campo de minas
Translations of “mine”
in Arabic مَنْجَم, لَغْم…
in Korean 광산, 지뢰…
in Malaysian lombong, periuk api…
in French mine…
in Turkish maden, maden ocağı, mayın…
in Italian miniera, mina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洞, 礦,礦井…
in Russian рудник, шахта, мина…
in Polish kopalnia, mina…
in Vietnamese mỏ, thủy lôi…
in Portuguese mina…
in Thai เหมืองแร่, ระเบิด…
in German die Mine…
in Catalan mina…
in Japanese 鉱山, 地雷, 機雷…
in Indonesian tambang, ranjau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洞, 矿,矿井…
(Definition of mine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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