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NOUN1   a tar | tars
NOUN2   tar | -
VERB   to tar | tarred | tarred
tarring | tars
SYNO gob | Jack | Jack-tar | ...
coal tar {noun}
каменовъглен катран {м}
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Translation for 'tar' from English to Bulgarian

coal tar {noun}
каменовъглен катран {м}химия
Usage Examples English
  • Mirza Sadig (...), more commonly known as Sadigjan is an Azerbaijani folk musician, tar player, and the creator of the Azerbaijani tar (also known as upgraded tar).
  • Carbolineum is an oily, water-insoluble, flammable, dark brown mixture from coal tar components, smelling of tar. It contains among other things anthracene and phenol.
  • "tar" archive files usually have the file suffix ".tar" (e.g. "somefile.tar").
  • Coal tar may be used in two forms: crude coal tar (...) or a coal tar solution (...) also known as liquor carbonis detergens (LCD).
  • The use of creosote according to the AWPA Standards does not allow for mixing with other types of "creosote type" materials—such as lignite-tar creosote, oil-tar creosote, peat-tar creosote, water-gas-tar creosote, or wood-tar creosote.
  • He improved the tar instrument and brought innovations to the reconstruction of the tar.
  • Asarco's Tar Creek Superfund site was the subject of the film documentary "Tar Creek" (2009), made by Matt Myers.
  • The Binagadi asphalt lake (or Binagadi tar pits) are a cluster of tar pits in urban Baku, Azerbaijan.
  • Pine tar is produced by slowly burning pine roots, branches, or small trunks in a partially smothered flame.
  • Naphthas may also be produced from other material such as coal tar, shale deposits, tar sands, and the destructive distillation of wood.
  • The heating (dry distilling) of wood causes tar and pitch to drip away from the wood and leave behind charcoal.
  • Enentarzi ([...] , "en-en₃-tar-zid", also [...] , "en-e-tar-zi" was "Ensi" (governor) of Lagash.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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