Translation of refinery in Spanish:


refinería, n.

Pronunciation /rɪˈfʌɪn(ə)ri//rəˈfaɪn(ə)ri/


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    refinería feminine
    • The workers blocked access to an oil refinery and interrupted road travel into Bolivia.
    • Bahrain has developed advanced technology for petrochemical plants and oil refineries.
    • But this will be a short term measure and there is an urgent need to get the refineries and oil rigs back into production before the onset of winter.
    • Engineers tonight are also checking for damage to the area's oil refineries.
    • The Texas coast is home to a quarter of the country's oil refineries and is also the source of much of the country's natural gas.
    • Emissions from even one giant cargo ship's engines rival those of an oil refinery.
    • The heather would be fermented in giant vats at oil refineries and mixed with petrol before being taken to petrol stations.
    • Its skyline is blighted by lots of stacks from heavy industry, including oil and nickel refineries.
    • These technologies soon found their way into petroleum refineries and chemical plants.
    • The twin-engine plane had taken off from Tripoli and was on its way to an oil refinery when the incident happened.
    • The industrial sector includes an oil refinery, steelworks, and chemicals.
    • It's next to the ocean, you've got three industrial sites and it's next to an oil refinery.
    • Hungary increased protection at its Paks nuclear station in the south and at the MOL oil refineries.
    • The residents claim that fish caught in local waters are tainted with oil deposits from the refinery.
    • Curaçao is unspoiled, in the truest sense of the word: you can buy a postcard of the oil refinery.
    • Even today, the tourist beach is contaminated by oil from nearby refineries.
    • By the end of the century, kerosene had become the chief product of American oil refineries.
    • But ethanol must be blended with gasoline at an oil refinery to make it usable as a fuel.
    • A number of oil refineries have been knocked out of commission by Hurricane Katrina.
    • The Australian Workers Union has members in many oil refineries and petrochemical plants around the country.