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Turkish translation of “mine”

mine

verb
 
 
/maɪn/
DIG [I, T] to dig out of the ground minerals such as coal, metals, and valuable stones
kazmak, (kömür, metal, değerli taş vs.) kazıp çıkarmak
Tin was mined in this area for hundreds of years. He made his fortune mining for gold and diamonds.Mining and quarryingDigging
BOMB [T] to put mines (= bombs) in the ground or water
mayın döşemek
The southern coast was heavily mined during the war.Bombs and missiles
(Definition of mine verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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