There are 2 main translations of ore in Spanish:

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ore

American English: /ɔr/
British English: /ɔː/

noun

  • mineral (masculine) metalífero
    gold/iron ore
    mineral (masculine) de oro/hierro
    Example sentences
    • The biggest deposits of the metal ore in the world are to be found in the eastern Congo.
    • Mercury is now extracted from its ores by a method that has been used for hundreds of years.
    • The mountain massifs to the east of the Rhône, however, were less rich in metal ores.

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There are 2 main translations of ore in Spanish:

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Ore also: Oreg
  • Oregon

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