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coalmine {noun}
въгледобивна мина {ж}
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Translation for 'coalmine' from English to Bulgarian

coalmine {noun}
въгледобивна мина {ж}руд
Usage Examples English
  • Within Relsberg's limits also lay a coalmine. Today, most workers must commute to jobs elsewhere.
  • The Blakeburn coalmine, near Princeton and Coalmont, was another of Burns' ventures.
  • Prior to a United Nations' climate change meeting in Paris in December 2015, Browning was a signatory to a letter calling on world leaders to discuss a ban on new coalmines and coalmine expansions.
  • The coalmine was one of the highly productive mines in Germany.
  • The title is taken from a Hungarian expression, "a béka segge alatt" used to describe any situation when things can't seem to get any worse: "under a frog's arse, down a coalmine".
  • When in operation, the coalmine was the most northerly coalmine in the UK.
  • At the coalmine rescue on 7–9 September 1950 at Knockshinnoch Castle Colliery near New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland, 115 trapped miners were equipped with Salvuses borrowed from fire stations around to bring them out through a gas-filled mine passage.
  • A case was filed in relation with coal scam against 19 officials including Habib Uddin Ahmed, former Managing Director of Barapukuria Coal Mining Company Limited by the coalmine's Manager (administration) Anisur Rahman on July 25.
  • "Rail Chase 2" is a game set in a coalmine cart racing along its set tracks through various environments as players shoot at everything they see.
  • On leaving school, he worked in his hometown's coalmine, whilst also playing for Junior club Glencraig Celtic.
  • The Acland No 2 Colliery is rare in Queensland for its high degree of intactness as an early small underground coalmine. It is the most intact mine site of its age and type in Queensland.
  • During the Second World War, "the Board gave permission for Parkin to guest for Holiday Sports". After 1945 he worked in a coalmine not far from Leicester, as an electrician.
  • In 1894, he married Alice Joicey, the daughter of John Joicey, a coalmine-owner and former MP from County Durham.
  • And he himself worked, as part of his national service, in a coalmine at Wearmouth Colliery from 1944 to 1945 as a Bevin Boy.
  • The school was founded in 1936 as the St Leonard's Catholic Central School in the former Springwell Hall, a coalmine owner's house acquired in 1935 by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle.
  • The Granby coalmine at Cassidy operated 1918–1932.
  • Burdon married in 1798 Jane Dickson, a daughter of Lieutenant-general Dickson, coalmine owner; they had five children, one of which was William Burdon.
  • Richard Fothergill (8 November 1822 [...] 24 June 1903) was an English ironmaster, a coalmine-owner in Wales and a Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1868 to 1880.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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