Translation for 'tin mine' from English to Russian
NOUN   a tin mine | tin mines
оловянная шахта {ж}
tin mine
Partial Matches
теллурид {м} олова [SnTe]
tin telluride
противень {м}
roasting tin
олово {с} <Sn>
tin <Sn> [metal]
консервный нож {м}
tin opener [Br.]
хлорид {м} олова(II) [SnCl2] [E-512]
tin(II) chloride
жестянка {ж}tin [esp. Br.: can]
рудник {м}mine
мой {pron}mine
золотой рудник {м}
gold mine
соляная шахта {ж}
salt mine
серебряный рудник {м}
silver mine
золотая шахта {ж}
gold mine
рыть [нору, ход и т.п.] [несов.]to mine [burrow]
шахта {ж}
mine [pit]
мина {ж}
mine [explosive]
минный трал {м}
mine sweeper
один мой старый знакомыйan old friend of mine
Мне отмщение, Аз воздам, глаголет Господь. [Рим. XII. 19]
Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord. [Rom 12:19; KJV]
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Usage Examples English
  • corresponds with topography but contradicts Geoscience Australia's list of the tallest waterfalls in Australia (this would make Tin Mine Falls the 3rd highest on the continent).
  • In March 1998, after the closure of Europe's last tin mine at South Crofty in Cornwall (which later reopened for a period, and subsequently closed), the Cornish Solidarity Action Group (CSAG) encouraged commuters to pay the then-£1 toll in pennies.
  • Other attractions include the whitewater rafting, trail riding, Yarrangobilly Caves, Cooleman Caves, Tin Mine Falls, Australia's highest waterfall and Valentine Falls.
  • The village is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the ancient tin workings and the penultimate working tin mine in Cornwall, Geevor, that closed finally in 1990.
  • The nine-hole golf course was constructed in 1925 on a former tin mine which closed after the tin had depleted.

  • In March 2016, a Canadian company, Strongbow Exploration, had acquired, from administration, a 100% interest in the South Crofty tin mine and the associated mineral rights in Cornwall with the aim of reopening the mine and bringing it back to full production.
  • The word ‘stannary’ is derived from the Middle English "stannarie", through Medieval Latin "stannaria" (‘tin mine’), ultimately from Late Latin "stannum" (‘tin’) (cf.
  • A branch line was built from Gejiu to Mengzi between 1915 and 1928 to better serve the transport needs of the tin mine.
  • The last tin mine on Dartmoor eventually closed just before the Second World War, although Hemerdon Mine, or Hemerdon Ball, was mined for tungsten and tin on a trial basis in the 1980s, leading to the re-opening this mine with first production in 2015.
  • The River Fal suffered a severe, high-profile pollution accident in February 1992, when a nearby tin mine was flooded.

  • To the north-east lie the extensive remains of Eylesbarrow tin mine and north-west is the concentric Yellowmead stone circle.
  • The early history of the mineral schorl shows that the name "schorl" was in use prior to 1400 because a village known today as Zschorlau (in Saxony, Germany) was then named "Schorl" (or minor variants of this name), and the village had a nearby tin mine where, in addition to cassiterite, black tourmaline was found.
  • By early 1843, Dickens had been affected by the treatment of the poor, and in particular the treatment of the children of the poor after witnessing children working in appalling conditions in a tin mine [...] and following a visit to a ragged school.
  • In the 17th century, the rulers of Palembang saw there was extraordinary potential and later they founded tin mines in Belitung.
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