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Translation of "mineral" - English-Spanish dictionary

mineral

noun   /ˈmɪn·əəl/
a valuable or useful substance that is dug out of the ground mineral The region’s rich mineral deposits include oil, gold, and diamonds.
a chemical that your body needs to stay healthy mineral
(Definition of mineral from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mineral

noun /ˈminərəl/
a substance (metals, gems, coal, salt etc) found naturally in the earth and mined mineral What minerals are mined in that country? (also adjective) mineral ores.
mineralogy noun
the scientific study of minerals mineralogía the Department of Mineralogy at the University of Lausanne.
mineralogical adjective
realting to the scientific study of minerals mineralógico mineralogical studies.
mineralogist noun
a scientist who studies minerals. mineralogista
mineral water noun
a type of water containing small quantities of health-giving minerals agua mineral sparkling mineral water
(Definition of mineral from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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