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mineshaft

Saltos de línea: mine|shaft
Pronunciación: /ˈmʌɪnʃɑːft
 
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Definición de mineshaft en inglés:

sustantivo

A deep narrow vertical hole, or sometimes a horizontal tunnel, that gives access to a mine: one member of this party almost vanished down a hidden disused mineshaft
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The geology of the immediate area of the Detroit Salt Mine was derived from logs of the mineshafts, exploratory core holes and nearby oil, gas and brine wells.
  • As part of the work, deep mineshafts and an underground canal system will be made safe.
  • Disused mineshafts in Johannesburg could be turned into catacomb-style cemeteries, in a bid by the City Parks agency to accommodate the increasing number of people dying from AIDS.

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