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Translation of "coal" - English-Turkish dictionary

coal

noun     /kəʊl/
[U] a hard, black substance that is dug from under the ground and burnt as fuel taş kömürü/maden kömürü a lump of coalMineralogyMining and quarryingFuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuel
coals
pieces of coal, usually burning kömür ateşi, köz, kor FuelsPetroleum products especially when used as fuel
Translations of “coal”
in Arabic فَحْم…
in Korean 석탄…
in Malaysian batu arang…
in French charbon…
in Italian carbone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煤…
in Russian уголь…
in Polish węgiel…
in Vietnamese than đá…
in Spanish carbón…
in Portuguese carvão…
in Thai ถ่านหิน…
in German die Kohle…
in Catalan carbó…
in Japanese 石炭…
in Indonesian batu bara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煤…
(Definition of coal from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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