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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

Geçen yılın kömür çıktısı standardın gerisinde kaldı. - Last year's output of coal fell short of the standard.

Kömür sobasıyla uyumamalısınız. Çünkü karbonmonoksit olarak adlandırılan çok zehirli bir gaz içerir. Kömür sobasıyla uyumak ölümle sonuçlanabilir. - You shouldn't sleep with a coal stove on because it releases a very toxic gas called carbon monoxide. Sleeping with a coal stove running may result in death.

{i} maden kömürü
{i} kor
{f} kömür al
{f} kömür almak
{i} bir yakımlık kömür
{f} kömür vermek
kor coal basket
coaling station kömür ikmal limanl veya iskelesi
coal bed jeol maden kömürü yatağı
kömür haline gelinceye kadar yakmak
coal gas havagazı
kömür,v.kömür al: n.kömür
coalbin kömürlük coal black simsiyah
kömür al/kömür at
mangal kömürü
coal ash
kömür külü
coal bed
(Madencilik,Teknik) kömür yatağı
coal black
coal cleaning
(Madencilik) kömür temizleme
coal deposit
(Madencilik) kömür yatakları
coal district
(Madencilik) kömür bölgesi
coal mill
kömür değirmeni
coal miner
(Çevre) kömür madencisi
coal miners
kömür madencileri
coal oil
ham petrol
coal rank
(Madencilik) kömür kalitesi
coal rank
(Madencilik) kömürleşme derecesi
coal store
kömür deposu
coal tar
gazhane katranı
coal tit
çam baştankarası
coal trade
kömür ticareti
coal bin
coal black
kömür karası
coal bunker
coal chute
kömür kaydırma oluğu
coal consumption per kwh
kwh başına kömür tüketimi
coal depot
kömür stok sahası
coal district
kömür havzası
coal drawing
kömür çıkarma
coal dressing
kömür hazırlama
coal dust
kömür tozu
coal dust furnace
kömür tozu ocağı
coal face
kömür alnı
coal field
kömür yatağı
coal formation
kömür oluşumu
coal gas
coal gas
kömür gazı
coal grinding
kömür öğütme
coal hopper
kömür hunisi
coal industry
kömür endüstrisi
coal measure
kömür tabakası
coal mine
kömür madeni

Tom ve Mary çocukken bir kömür madeninde çalıştı. - Tom and Mary worked in a coal mine as children.

Birçok işçi kömür madeninde mahsur kaldı. - Many workers were trapped in the coal mine.

coal oil
coal pile
kömür yığını
coal scuttle
kömür kabı
coal scuttle
kömür kovası
coal seam
kömür damarı
coal stamping machine
kömür sıkıştırıcı makina
coal tar
coal tar
kömür katranı
coal tar heavy oil
kömür katranı ağır yağı
coal tar light oil
kömür katranı hafif yağı
coal tar middle oil
kömür katranı orta yağı
coal burner
kömür yakıcı
coal car
kömür vagonu
coal cleat
coal cutter
kömür kesici
coal fields
kömür alanlar
coal liquefaction
(Kimya) Kömürün sıvılaştırılması
coal measure
kömür tabakası, kömür katmanı
coal pan
kömür pan
coal plant
kömürle çalışan enerji santrali
coal scuttle
kömür kömür kovası
coal slurry
Sulu, çamur halde kömür
coal stove
kömür sobası

Kömür sobasıyla uyumamalısınız. Çünkü karbonmonoksit olarak adlandırılan çok zehirli bir gaz içerir. Kömür sobasıyla uyumak ölümle sonuçlanabilir. - You shouldn't sleep with a coal stove on because it releases a very toxic gas called carbon monoxide. Sleeping with a coal stove running may result in death.

coal stove poisoning
soba zehirlenmesi
coal tar light oil
kömür katrani hafif yağı
coal tar middle oil
kömür katrani orta yağı
coal train
kömür treni
(Enerji Üretimi) Kömür yakıtlı
kömür madenciliği
coal analysis
kömür analizi
coal berth
(Askeri) kömür rıhtım
coal breaker
kömür kırma işçisi
coal bucket
kömür kovası
coal bump
(Jeoloji) kömür pallaması
coal bunker
kömür kazanı
coal burner
kömür brülörü
coal car
kömür arabası
coal char
kömür artığı
coal dealer
coal delivery
kömür sevkiyatı
coal face
(Jeoloji) kömür aynası
coal firing
kömürle yakma
coal firing
kömür yakma
coal furnace
(Çevre) kömür yapım fırını
coal heaver
coal heaver
kömür işçisi
coal hole
coal lithotype
kömür litotipi
coal maceral
(Jeoloji) kömür maseralı
coal measure
(Jeoloji) kömür katmanı
coal measures
(Jeoloji) kömür yan kayaçları
coal mine
kömür ocağı
coal miner

Eskiden bir madenciydim. - I used to be a coal miner.

Otuz yıl boyunca bir kömür madencisiydim. - I was a coal miner for thirty years.

coal mining
(Madencilik) kömür çıkarma
coal mining
kömür madenciliği
coal oil
(isim) gazyağı
coal pitch
kömür zifti
coal plant
kömür santrali
coal plough
kömür pulluğu
coal reserve
kömür rezervi
coal seam
(Jeoloji) kömür seviyesi
coal size
kömür boyutu
coal terminal
(Askeri) kömür terminali
coal tongs
ateş maşası
coal tower
(Endüstri) kömür kulesi
coal washer
coal washer
kömür yıkayıcı
coal wharf
kömür iskelesi
coal yard
kömür deposu
coal-maceral group
kömür-maseral grubu
coal-water mixture
kömür- su karışımı
coking coal
kok kömürü
cob coal
iri kömür parçası
cob coal
kömür topağı
a day as black as coal
(deyim) kapkara bir gün
bituminous coal
(Jeoloji) taşkömür
bituminous coal
(Jeoloji) alevli kömür
bituminous coal
(Kimya) taş kömürü
bottom coal
(Madencilik) taban kömürü
brown coal
(Çevre) linyi
hard coal
mine coal
(Madencilik) kömür çıkarmak
powder coal
(Madencilik) toz kömür
powdered coal
wood coal
European Coal and Steel Community
Avrupa Kömür Çelik Topluluğu
bituminous coal
bitümlü kömür
bituminous coal
adi maden kömürü
bituminous coal
taş kömür
boghead coal
brown coal
yağız kömür
brown coal
candle coal
uzun alevli kömür
cannel coal
ince taneli donuk renkli kömür
cherry coal
yarı yağlı kömür
clinkering coal
cüruflu kömür
drossy coal
piritli kömür
dust coal
toz kömür
fat coal
yağlı kömür
fat coal
ziftli kömür
fine coal
ince kömür
gas coal
gaz kömürü
hard coal
hard coal
parlak kömür
lean coal
zayıf kömür
lump coal
parça kömür
mineral coal
mineral coal
peat coal
turba kömürü
pit coal
pit coal
pulverized coal
toz kömür
pure coal
saf kömür
rank of coal
kömürdeki karbon miktarı
small coal
ince kömür
soft coal
yumuşak maden kömürü
soft coal
katranlı kömür
splint coal
arduvazlı kömür
vegetable coal
bitkisel kömür
anthrax, carbon, carbuncle, coal
şarbon, karbon, kan çıbanı, kömür
as a coal mine
kömür madeni olarak
boiler coal
kazan kömürü
burning coal
yanan kömür
kömür ikmali

Ben kömürleri tırmıkla topluyorum. - I'm being raked over the coals.

Ben bir seferinde bir adamın çıplak ayakla sıcak kömürlerin üzerinde yürümesini gördüm. - I once saw a man walk barefoot over hot coals.

decolorizing coal
renk açma kömürü
fat coal
yağlı kömür, ziftli kömür
graded coal
elenmiş kömür
run of mine coal
tuvönan kömür
sized coal
taneleri büyüklüklerine göre sınıflandırılmış kömür
subbituminous coal
subbituminous kömür
(isim) kömür ikmali
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A piece of coal used for burning. Note that in British English the first of the following examples would usually be used, whereas in American English the latter would

Put some coal on the fire.

To take in coal; as, the steamer coaled at Southampton
A type of coal, such as bituminous, anthracite, or lignite, and grades and varieties thereof
A smouldering piece of material

Just as the camp-fire died down to just coals, with no flames to burn the marshmallows, someone dumped a whole load of wood on, so I gave up and went to bed.

A black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, composed largely of carbon and burned as a fuel
To be converted to charcoal
{i} fuel made from carbon; cinder, ember
{n} wood burnt or burning, any combustible from which the volatile parts have been expelled by fire, an inflammable fossil
{v} to burn wood to charcoal, to sketch out
Coal is a hard black substance that is extracted from the ground and burned as fuel. Gas-fired electricity is cheaper than coal
An organic mineral product resulting from the accumulation of organic material in peat bogs millions of years ago Geologic process compressed the peat into a carbonaceous material Coal varies in quality due to the inclusion of non-organic materials such as sand, silt and clay These determine the character of the coal ash and clinkers Coal also contains variable quantities of volitile hyrdocarbon compounds and sulfur This large number of variables means coal can be in any number of grades ranging from peat, to nearly pure carbon to slate Bituminous coal is a soft coal resulting from the volatile content Anthricite is hard coal that is low in volatiles See our coal and charcoal FAQ
fossil fuel consisting of carbonized vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period
a name for a group of chemical sedimentary rocks produced from decayed plant matter in a swampy or bog environment Varieties of coal include peat, lignite, bituminous, and anthracite
To burn to charcoal; to char
A thoroughly charred, and extinguished or still ignited, fragment from wood or other combustible substance; charcoal
A black or brownish-black solid, combustible substance formed by the partial decomposition of vegetable matter without access to air The rank of coal, which includes anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, and lignite, is based on fixed carbon, volatile matter, and heating value Coal rank indicates the progressive alteration, or coalification, from lignite to anthracite Lignite contains approximately 9 to 17 million British Thermal Unit (BTU) per ton The heat contents of subbituminous and bituminous coal range from 16 to 24 million BTU per ton, and from 19 to 30 million BTU per ton, respectively Anthracite contains approximately 22 to 28 million BTU per ton
a hot glowing or smouldering fragment of wood or coal left from a fire
fossil fuel consisting of carbonized vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period take in coal; "The big ship coaled
A black, or brownish black, solid, combustible substance, dug from beds or veins in the earth to be used for fuel, and consisting, like charcoal, mainly of carbon, but more compact, and often affording, when heated, a large amount of volatile matter
A solid, brittle, more or less distinctly stratified combustible carbonaceous rock, formed by partial to complete decomposition of vegetation; varies in color from dark brown to black; not fusible without decomposition and very insoluble
burn to charcoal; "Without a drenching rain, the forest fire will char everything"
black or blackish mineral substance formed from the compaction of ancient plant matter in tropical swamp conditions coal mining extraction of coal (a sedimentary rock) from the Earth's crust Coal mines may be opencast (see opencast mining), adit, or deepcast The least expensive is opencast but this results in scars on the landscape
supply with coal
To supply with coal; as, to coal a steamer
A fossil fuel composed mostly of carbon, with traces of hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur and other elements
means combustible carbonaceous rock, classified as anthracite, bituminous, subbituminous, or lignite by ASTM Standard D388-84 found at pp 247-252 in Vol 5 05 of the Annual Book of ASTM Standards published by the American Society for Testing and Materials, 1916 Race St , Philadelphia, PA 19103
A black or brownish-black solid combustible substance, formed by the partial decomposition of vegetable matter, that is widely used as a natural fuel
A black or brownish/black solid, combustible substance formed by the partial decomposition of vegetable matter without access to air Types of coal are anthracite, subanthracite, bituminous, subbituminous and lignite; the categories are based on fixed carbon, volatile matter, coking properties and heating value
A solid fossil fuel consisting mainly of carbon produced by the compression of decayed plants
A generic term applied to carbonaceous rocks that were formed by the partial or complete decomposition of vegetation These stratified carbonaceous rocks are either solid or brittle and are highly combustible
A type of coal, such as bitumenous, anthracite, or lignite, and grades and varieties thereof
Sedimentary rock composed of combustible matter derived from the partial decomposition of plant material
To mark or delineate with charcoal
A combustible rock of organic origin composed mainly of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen with lesser amounts of nitrogen, sulphur and other elements Coal is formed from accumulated vegetable matter that has been altered by decay and by various amounts of heat and pressure
n a rock composed primarily of carbonaceous material derived from vegetation
coal is a form of stored solar energy It is created from the remains of plants that have been concentrated by heat and pressure for millions of years Coal is found in various forms or "grades," which depend on the ratio of carbon mass to energy content Represented in descending order of hardness and energy content per pound, these grades are anthracite, bituminous, sub-bituminous and lignite [return to top]
Fossil peat, a layered rock composed largely of chemically and physically altered plant remains mixed with a lesser amount of inorganic material (ash)
A hard mineral that is flammable, and gives off heat and light It forms when decayed vegetable matter is compacted by Earth's crust From soft to hard, giving less heat to more heat, the main types are lignite, subbituminous, bituminous, and anthracite
{f} provide with coal; take in coal; burn to coal
Sedimentary rock composed of the compacted, lithified and altered remains of plants Coal is a solid, combustible mixture of organic compounds, hydrocarbons, with 30 % to 98 % carbon by weight, mixed with various amounts of water and small amounts of sulfur and nitrogen compounds It is formed in several stages as the remains of plants are subjected to heat and pressure over millions of years
A mineral form of carbon Coal is used as heat source and to produce carbon monoxide, CO, which is the primary reducing agent in the smelting of iron Anthracite, or hard coal contains 90 to 99% carbon, by mass Bitumonous and lignite coal have less carbon and more impurities and are not usually used in ironnmaking
A smoldering piece of material
Coals are burning pieces of coal. It is important to get the coals white-hot before you start cooking. Solid, usually black but sometimes brown, carbon-rich material that occurs in stratified sedimentary deposits. One of the most important fossil fuels, it is found in many parts of the world. Coal is formed by heat and pressure over millions of years on vegetation deposited in ancient shallow swamps (see peat). It varies in density, porosity, hardness, and reflectivity. The major types are lignite, subbituminous, bituminous, and anthracite. Coal has long been used as fuel, for power generation, for the production of coke, and as a source of various compounds used in synthesizing dyes, solvents, and drugs. The search for alternative energy sources has periodically revived interest in the conversion of coal into liquid fuels; technologies for coal liquefaction have been known since early in the 20th century. hard coal bituminous coal soft coal Coal Measures coal mining European Coal and Steel Community subbituminous coal
A readily combustible black or brownish-black rock whose composition, including inherent moisture, consists of more than 50 percent by weight and more than 70 percent by volume of carbonaceous material It is formed from plant remains that have been compacted, hardened, chemically altered, and metamorphosed by heat and pressure over geologic time
take in coal; "The big ship coaled"
a fossil fuel comprised primarily of carbon formed by the decomposition of plant matter in non-marine environments billions of years ago; a fossil fuel
A fossil fuel made of sedimentary organic rock that contains more than 40 percent carbon by weight after moisture has been removed It is formed from plant matter that decayed in swamps and bogs that has been compressed and altered by geological processes over millions of years Four main types of coal have been identified and ranked based on how much carbon and energy they contain: lignite, subbituminous coal, bituminous coal, and anthracite
coal ball
A nodule of plant material permeated with minerals found mostly in bituminous and anthracite coal seams
coal bed
A coal seam
coal black
Of a black colour, like that of coal
coal black
A black colour, like that of coal; charcoal

coal black colour:.

coal drop
An elevated railway track designed to allow material to fall freely between the rails onto the ground beneath. It is used to rapidly unload hoppers containing coal and other bulk materials.Ellis, Iain (2006). Ellis' British Railway Engineering Encyclopaedia. Lulu. page 70. ISBN 978-1-84728-643-7
coal drops
plural form of coal drop
coal gas
The poisonous gas, used domestically for cooking etc and formerly for lighting, prepared by heating coal with steam; it is a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide; synthesis gas or town gas
coal mine
A mine from which coal is mined
coal mines
plural form of coal mine
coal oil
kerosene or any unspecified lower grade derivative of crude petroleum
coal seam
A stratum of coal between strata of other rocks
coal tar
A black, viscous tar made by the destructive distillation of coal (to make coke and town gas); it contains a great number of compounds including hydrocarbons and phenols; used in the preparation of medicated soap and shampoo, and industrially for the manufacture of very many products

Phenol can be obtained from coal tars by two methods : (a) Directly by separation of the product contained in this type of feedstock, at the rate of 0.5 to 1.5 per cent weight.

coal tars
plural form of coal tar
coal tit
One of the smallest birds of the tit family Paridae, Periparus ater, with a black cap, white nape patch and greyish body with buff underparts
coal tits
plural form of coal tit
Alternative spelling of coal tar
Coal Measures
Major division of Upper Carboniferous (323-290 million years ago) rocks and time in Great Britain. The Coal Measures account for much of England's coal production. The deposits consist largely of bituminous coal, though anthracite coals occur in southern Wales. Though local variation in the coal seams occurs, great uniformity is evident on a regional scale, and some coal beds can be identified throughout Great Britain and even on the European continent
coal bed
{i} stratum of coal
coal black
a very dark black
coal black
{i} very dark black, pitch black
coal box
{i} box used to carry coal
coal bunker
a small building or large container where coal is stored
coal bunker
{i} coal storehouse
coal burner
simple boiler fuelled by coal that produces steam and turns a turbine and generate electricity
coal car
freight car with fixed sides and no roof; for transporting coal
coal car
{i} freight car that has no roof and is used for transporting coal into or from a mine
coal cellar
a small underground room where coal is stored
coal chute
a chute for coal
coal cutter
machine used for cutting kerf
coal dust
particles of coal
coal field
area containing a substantial amount of coal
coal gas
gas produced by burning coal, used especially for electricity and heating natural gas
coal gas
gaseous mixture produced by distillation of bituminous coal and used for heating and lighting
coal gas
gas made from coal (used for heating)
coal heaver
{i} person who shovels coal, person who carries coal, person who puts coal in a ship or discharges it from a ship
coal hole
a coal cellar
coal house
a shed for storing coal
coal industry
a producer of coal
coal measures
strata of coal deposits
coal mine
a mine where coal is dug from the ground
coal mine
A coal mine is a place where coal is dug out of the ground. a place from which coal is dug out of the ground miner
coal mine
underground cave where workers dig for coal
coal miner
one who digs for coal in an underground cavern
coal miner
A coal miner is a person whose job is mining coal
coal miner
someone who works in a coal mine
coal mining
Extraction of coal deposits from the Earth's surface and from underground. Because coal was the basic energy source that fueled the Industrial Revolution, the resulting industrial growth supported the large-scale exploitation of coal deposits. In the late 20th century, open pit mines replaced underground mines as the principal source of coal in the industrial nations. The mining of coal from surface and underground deposits today is a highly productive, mechanized operation
coal oil
{i} petroleum produced by the dry distillation of bituminous coal; kerosene
coal oil
a flammable hydrocarbon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters
coal pit
coal mine, mine where coal is dug from the ground; (USA) place where charcoal is produces
coal scuttle
A coal scuttle is a container for keeping coal in. a specially shaped container with a handle for carrying coal
coal scuttle
container for coal
coal seam
Coal deposits occur in layers Each such layer is called a ''seam ''
coal seam
A bed of coal usually thick enough to be mined with profit
coal seam
an accumulation of vegetable matter that is buried and compressed into a black to brown rock like material and results in a layer of coal
coal seam
A naturally formed layer of coal within the Earth
coal seam
Descriptive term for individual layers of coal found in the geological strata
coal seam
a seam of coal
coal seam
thin layer of coal
coal shovel
a hand shovel for shoveling coal
coal tar
a dark brown to black, semi-solid hydrocarbon obtained as residue from the partial evaporation or distillation of coal tar
coal tar
A dark brown to black, semi-solid hydrocarbon obtained as residue from the partial evaporation of distillation of coal tar
coal tar
A viscous liquid mixture of hydrocarbon compounds, derived, along with coke, from the destructive distillation of coal
coal tar
a tar formed from distillation of bituminous coal; coal tar can be further distilled to give various aromatic compounds
coal tar
A tar obtained from carbonization of coal, usually in coke ovens or retorts, containing several hundred organic chemicals
coal tar
A dark brown to black, semi-solid hydrocarbon obtained as residue from the partial evaporation or distillation of coal
coal tar
thick black liquid formed during the distillation of coal and used in making drugs and dyes
coal tar
Tar produced during the coking of coal, sometimes used as a coatings binder
coal tar
Coal tar is a thick black liquid made from coal which is used for making drugs and chemical products. coal tar dyes. A viscous black liquid containing numerous organic compounds that is obtained by the destructive distillation of coal and used as a roofing, waterproofing, and insulating compound and as a raw material for many dyes, drugs, and paints. a thick black sticky liquid made by heating coal without air, from which many drugs and chemical products are made
coal tar
a dark brown to black colored, semi-solid hydrocarbon obtained as residue from the partial evaporation or distillation of coal tars Coal tar pitch is further refined to conform to the following roofing grade specifications
coal tar
It is a complex mixture from which many substances have been obtained, especially hydrocarbons of the benzene or aromatic series
coal tar
A dark brown to black cementitious material produced by the destructive distillation of bituminous coal
coal tar
A thick, black, tarry liquid, obtained by the distillation of bituminous coal in the manufacture of illuminating gas; used for making printer's ink, black varnish, etc
coal tongs
tongs for gripping burning coals
coal works
A place where coal is dug, including the machinery for raising the coal
very dark black
of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal
using coal to make something work
cob coal
Coal in rounded lumps of various sizes. Also called cobbles
at the coal face
To be directly engaged in the operations of a business, rather than in a hands-off, managerial position
black as coal
Completely black
black coal
high quality coal

Can we this quote? Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page, The World's work, Volume 38:The drop in 1918 was also a fall in the production of black coal. In other words he losses were in the best coal, the gains in the poorer coal.

black coal
canary in a coal mine
A warning of danger or trouble yet to come
channel coal
A kind of coal historically found near ground surface which split like shale rock and burned with medium smoke, a yellow flame and a sulfur smell
clean coal
Coal which has been cleaned up to make it environmentally acceptable
plural form of coal Multiple pieces of coal
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coal
white coal
water that is being used to generate power
{a} like coal, containing coal
sub-bituminous coal
Sub-bituminous coal is a coal whose properties range from those of lignite to those of bituminous coal and are used primarily as fuel for steam-electric power generation
subbituminous coal
A dull, black coal of rank intermediate between lignite and bituminous coal
past of coal
{i} supplying with coal
Plural of coal: multiple pieces of coal
The glowing embers that result when wood is burned, and that can continue to release intense heat
{s} pertaining to coal; containing coal
Pertaining to, or resembling, coal; containing coal; of the nature of coal

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    /ˈkōl/ /ˈkoʊl/


    [ kOl ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English col.


    coals, coaling, coaled


    ... lands and in federal waters. And coal, coal production is not up; coal jobs are not up. ...
    ... in coal and oil and gas. I'm going to make sure – ...

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