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Meaning of “charcoal” - Learner’s Dictionary

charcoal

noun [U]     /ˈtʃɑːkəʊl/
a hard, black substance that is produced by burning wood without much air, and that is used as fuel or for drawingFuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuelPainting and drawing materials
Translations of “charcoal”
in Spanish carbón vegetal, carboncillo, carbón…
in Vietnamese than củi…
in Thai ถ่าน…
in Malaysian arang…
in French charbon de bois, fusain…
in German die Holzkohle, der Kohlestift…
in Indonesian arang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木炭, 炭笔…
in Turkish odun kömürü, mangal kömürü…
in Russian древесный уголь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木炭, 炭筆…
in Polish węgiel drzewny…
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