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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: coal

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Kohle {f}Femininum (die) [min.] (Braun-, Steinkohle etc.) coal
Kohle {f}Femininum (die) (Steinkohle) coal
Bergarbeiter {m}Maskulinum (der) (im Kohlebergwerk) coal miner
Grubenarbeiter {m}Maskulinum (der) (im Kohlebergwerk) coal miner
Kohlenbecken {n}Neutrum (das) coal pan
Kohlengas {n}Neutrum (das) [-special_topic_tech.-] coal gas [-special_topic_tech.-]
Kohlenhobel {m}Maskulinum (der) coal plough (Br.)British English
Kohlenpflug {m}Maskulinum (der) coal plough (Br.)British English
Kohlenrevier {n}Neutrum (das) coal district
Kohlenrevier {n}Neutrum (das) coal field
Kohlenstaubexplosion {f}Femininum (die) coal dust explosion
Leuchtgas {n}Neutrum (das) coal gas
mit Kohle geheizter Brennofen coal burning kiln
Revier {n}Neutrum (das) (Kohlenrevier) coal district
Revier {n}Neutrum (das) (Kohlenrevier) coal field
Seelachs {m}Maskulinum (der) coal fish
Steinkohlenbergwerk {n}Neutrum (das) coal mine
Steinkohlenteer {m}Maskulinum (der) coal tar
Tannenmeise {f}Femininum (die) [zool.] coal tit (Periparus ater)
Kohlenschaufel {f}Femininum (die) coal shovel
Kohlenklau {m}Maskulinum (der) (bes. hist.) coal theft
Grube {f}Femininum (die) (Kohlebergwerk) coal mine [esp. Am.]


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Beispielsätze

Early this morning a large dog, a half-bred mastiff belonging to a coal merchant close to Tate Hill Pier, was found dead in the roadway opposite to its master’s yard.
When she was emptying the beans into the pan, one dropped without her observing it, and lay on the ground beside a straw, and soon afterwards a burning coal from the fire leapt down to the two.
The coal replied: ‘I fortunately sprang out of the fire, and if I had not escaped by sheer force, my death would have been certain,—I should have been burnt to ashes.’
The coal slipped after her, hissed when she got into the water, and breathed her last.
Scarcely had he spoken these words when he heard a croaking over his head, and looked up and saw seven ravens as black as coal flying round and round.
Hold the steak in one hand, and show a live coal to it with the other; that done, dish it; d’ye hear?
“I have sat before the dense coal fire and watched it all aglow, full of its tormented flaming life; and I have seen it wane at last, down, down, to dumbest dust.
He had finished gouging out a cob, and now he fitted a weed stem to it, loaded it with tobacco, and was pressing a coal to the charge and blowing a cloud of fragrant smoke—he was in the full bloom of luxurious contentment.
Only crows, priests and English coal are black.
Skin-the-Goat, assuming he was he, evidently with an axe to grind, was airing his grievances in a forcible-feeble philippic anent the natural resources of Ireland or something of that sort which he described in his lengthy dissertation as the richest country bar none on the face of God’s earth, far and away superior to England, with coal in large quantities, six million pounds worth of pork exported every year, ten millions between butter and eggs and all the riches drained out of it by England levying taxes on the poor people that paid through the nose always and gobbling up the best meat in the market and a lot more surplus steam in the same vein.


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