Translation of mineral in Spanish:

mineral

mineral, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪn(ə)rəl//ˈmɪn(ə)r(ə)l/

noun

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    mineral masculine
    (deposits/wealth/substance) (before noun) mineral
    (deficiencies) en minerales
    (deficiencies) de minerales
    • On the whole, consumers in continental Europe like mineral water because of what's in it - the health-giving qualities of the minerals.
    • Sulfates are a combination of sulfur and oxygen and are a part of naturally occurring minerals in some soil and rock formations that contain groundwater.
    • Most of the mining for minerals has ceased and the Golden Bay Cement Company at Tarakohe on the east side of Golden Bay closed in 1988.
    • As for the rest of the moon, the data shows frozen carbon dioxide, water ice, hydrocarbons and iron minerals all present on the surface.
    • Other products and services include light manufacturing, food processing, textiles, and mining of nonmetallic minerals.
    • The term asbestos is used for several hydrated silicate minerals that occur in fibrous forms.
    • A common mineral can remove carbon dioxide from combustion gases, but in its natural state, it is glacially slow.
    • Bodybuilders who eat refined-carbohydrate low-calorie diets may need extra minerals, especially zinc.
    • These groups are the silicate minerals, carbonate minerals, oxides, sulfides, and halides.
    • The most common of these are iron sulfides, but all heavy metals can occur as sulfide minerals.
    • It seems good food to me, with protein, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins in bread, meat, onion and lettuce, tomatoes, olives, mushrooms and milk.
    • There are none who hold interests in the gold and the only ones who might hold interests in the other sub-surface minerals are people who obtained grants prior to 1899.
    • The country is also blessed with plenty of precious minerals such as diamonds, gold, emeralds, amethyst which are all waiting to be exploited.
    • It's packed with antibodies, growth hormones, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids - and clearly far too good to leave to newborn babies.
    • Like all plant materials, tobacco contains minerals and other inorganic constituents.
    • The ocean surrounding Australia is home to several species of sea urchins, which form elaborate exoskeletons made from carbonate minerals.
    • And the black smoker chimneys here, unlike most others in the world, are not built of sulfide minerals but of barium sulfate, aka barite.
    • When carefully produced, molasses retain most of the sugar cane's nutritional elements: minerals, iron, magnesium and calcium.
    • He made an agreement allowing the company to earn up to 35 percent compensation for the export of minerals that did not exist.
    • Many of the particles contain iron- and nickel-rich oxide and sulfide minerals, as well as small grains of silicates, says Basu.
    • Kidney stones are formed when the concentration of minerals and substances like calcium oxalate, phosphate, oxalic acid and uric acid are too high in the urine.
    • When they crossed the Great Divide it was to exploit the grasslands of the interior for pasture and, later, to extract the minerals, especially gold, which lay mainly in its foothills.
    • The silica and other minerals in the clay vitrify under heat and will not become soft clay again.
    • Three blue-chip companies have also taken a gamble and invested in a total of over eight million acres in the hope of mining platinum and other minerals at some future date.
    • Sesame seeds are rich in disease-protective antioxidant substances and also contain health-giving minerals including magnesium and potassium.
    • A more likely source of minerals other than drinking water is provided by the food we eat, in which plants and animals have already accumulated what is necessary.
    • It is a gangue mineral in ores from the Star, Hobo, and Princess mines at Central, Grant County.
    • The rampant illegal mining and smuggling of minerals out of the country was due to lack of relevant education and sensitisation to the local entrepreneurs.
    • It occurs in all kinds of minerals, such as oxides, carbonates, nitrates, sulfates, and phosphates.
    • Loss on ignition values up to 5% correspond to the abundance of hydrous and carbonate alteration minerals in the samples.
    • These are all derived from carbon compounds rather than from inorganic minerals.
    • There are also possibilities of collaboration in mining of minerals, setting up of auto and tractor assembly plants and wildlife parks.
    • In Dublin last night was Arthur Knox, chairman of the Durban Insizwa Mining Company with sole rights to the mining of the mineral in South Africa.
    • There are Omega 3s galore, fish for brain food, selenium and lesser known minerals to startle a recumbent form into activity.
    • The mining revolution was even more visible, as rich deposits of gold and other minerals, such as diamonds, copper, and tin, were found, often dramatically, on distant frontiers.
    • Nutrients are vitamins and minerals that regulate the body's chemical processes and functions and help to keep you fit and healthy.
    • It also provides digestive enzymes, minerals, vitamins and hormones that all infants require.
    • It was imperative for minerals to be reliably exported and mining and transport machinery brought safely in, as well as food and goods for a burgeoning gold rush population.
    • From the mining industry they borrowed a method of extracting minerals from rock and applied it to separating different grades of plastics.
    • We are concerned with the overall environment that exists in New Zealand in relation to the mining of Crown minerals.
    • He said investing in down stream processing of gemstones and other minerals would enhance exports and create employment.
    • Conference pears are a great source of minerals, and contain iodine, useful for thyroid function.
    • Inorganic compounds, which include water and many minerals, usually contain elements other than carbon.
    • The solids used include natural clays and minerals, metal oxides and sulfides, metal salts, and mixed metal oxides.
    • Eat foods that provide all the requirements of nutrients, everyday vitamins, proteins, minerals, carbohydrates and fats.
    • The amount of potassium lost in sweat is not especially high, and this mineral is easily obtained in your diet from fruits and vegetables, and dairy products.
    • Plus, your humble cup of tea is also high in some vital minerals.
    • Would that lead to greater exports of strategic minerals or oil?
    • Lack of minerals can cause deficiency diseases.
    • What is important is to ensure that you get the protein, vitamins and minerals necessary to build another human being.
    • There are plenty of essential foods and minerals that help alleviate the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder says Dr John Briffa
    • Green, leafy vegetables are especially high in minerals and fiber, so should be eaten often.
    • A second element, tantalum, is always present in these minerals along with niobium.
    • A quantitative description of the substitution chemistry of minerals and salts, requires a more precise definition of the term solubility.
    • While the cookie is rich in proteins, carbohydrates, minerals and essential vitamins they have been priced at Rs.35 for a 250 gm pack.
    • Traditional types of employment are farming, mining coal and other minerals, and industrial jobs.
    • A number of other minerals, including silica, may play a role, but some of the most spectacular fossils are preserved in pyrite.
    • In mine development most gangue minerals end up on the waste pile.
    • I have heard it said that balsamic vinegar contains potentially beneficial minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium.
    • A third option is mining; there are many areas in space where you can obtain minerals, scrap and precious metals, even diamonds.
  • 2minerals plural
    British

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    refrescos masculine
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