Traducción de lode en español:

lode

veta, n.

Pronunciación: /ləʊd//loʊd/

nombre

  • 1

    veta femenino
    filón masculino
    • Thin sandstone lenses, which showed bleaching and epidotization, were present within the lode.
    • This particular color has not been found in other lodes in Ontonagon County and distinguishes datolites from this locality.
    • At the bottom of the shaft two 700-foot crosscuts were driven in a northwest and southeast direction, but only spotty mineralization was encountered in the intersected amygdaloidal lodes.
    • The lode proved to be spotty, showing just marginal copper mineralization.
    • Though not especially high or otherwise conspicuous, it held within its conical flanks a silver lode of extraordinary size and purity.
    • In an effort to convert copper rock into quick cash, he tried to open-pit mine the lode to extract ore as fast as possible.
    • Mineralogically, the conglomerate lodes have produced many superb specimens, although they contain fewer mineral species than the fissure veins and amygdaloidal lodes.
    • Copper crystals from the conglomerate lode are rare and commonly exhibit the tetrahexahedral form.
    • Copper also filled voids and occurred in thin fissure veins that cut the lodes.
    • Porcelaneous datolite occurred in the amygdaloidal lodes as veins, vesicle filling, and nodules.
    • The various datolite-bearing lodes are described stratigraphically from the uppermost to the lowermost lode in the series.
    • The Butler, Evergreen, and Knowlton lodes were explored and mined to some extent.
    • After two months of digging in the shimmering heat of nearby Lake Torrens, only two men remained at the mine, but no lode or vein had been located as yet.
    • With some luck, mineralized chunks of the conglomerate lode can still be located in the dumps with the aid of a metal detector.
    • All was in readiness to start the mining of the copper lode.
    • Many miners named their lodes for places from which they had emigrated.
    • Two mining companies attempted to exploit the copper lodes at different times, and both ventures ended in failure.
    • The rock layers surrounding coal lodes were penetrated and separated by drillers and explosives.
    • Other exhibits focus on placer and lode deposits, major gold rushes, and uses of gold through the centuries.
    • Because the lode proved to be barren, very little mining was done.