Translation of wolfram in Spanish:


volframio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwʊlfrəm//ˈwʊlfrəm/


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    volframio masculine
    • Karens also make their living by fishing in coastal areas, working in tin or wolfram mines, and gathering forest products like rattan and honey.
    • The base is made from the stone remains of a defunct wolfram mine and its wharf.
    • It's then balanced with heavy inserts of wolfram (the principle ore in tungsten) on both the heel and toe.
    • The same year Lodygin's electric lamps were illuminating a St Petersburg shop and he went on to patent the wolfram filament lamp.
    • But instead of going to London she married Frank King and moved to remote Hatches Creek, a wolfram mining town 400 kilometres north of Alice Springs.
    • By 1907 most of the gold mining was replaced by tin and wolfram.
    • High-grade iron ore and copper was imported from Sweden; iron ore from Poland, Austria, and Spain; wolfram from Portugal and Spain; and chromium from Turkey.
    • In Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan the mining of wolfram, vanadium, and molybdenum had to be increased to compensate for the loss of sites in German-occupied territory.
    • Stobart cites from the 19th century a host of ketchups including oyster, mussel, Windermere (mushrooms and horseradish), wolfram (beer, anchovies, mushrooms), and pontac (elderberries).