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Mine (resources) in Spanish 🇪🇸

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mine (resources) mina
How to say “mine (resources)” in Spanish? “Mina”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “mina” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on mine (resources) in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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yacimiento (deposit), cantera (quarry), mina (mine)

6 months ago


Derived from Latin “mina” (mine)

6 months ago


Normal speech: MEE-nah
IPA: /ˈmina/

8 months ago


Change the a to e then it is mine

8 months ago

mina info.

Tips to remember the word “mina”:
– Think of a “mine” (English) where you dig for “Minerals” to help link “mina” (Spanish) with mining.
– Remember the song “My Sharona” and replace Sharona with “Mi-na” to associate it with the word mine.
– Imagine stepping on a land”mine” and recall that “mina” sounds almost the same.

– In Spanish, “mina” refers to a type of excavation in the Earth from which minerals and precious stones are extracted. It’s directly linked to the English word “mine.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Yacimiento” can be used in some contexts to refer to the deposit of minerals itself, rather than the excavation.
– “Cantera” refers specifically to an open-pit mine, typically for extracting building materials like stone.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Mina” in Argentinian and other forms of Rioplatense Spanish slang can mean “woman” or “girl.” It’s a colloquial term, akin to “chica.”
– “Mina” in peninsular Spanish can sometimes refer to a pen or pencil, which stems from a different etymology related to the graphite “lead” (“mina de lápiz”).

Examples of sentences:
– “La mina de oro fue descubierta en el siglo XIX.” (The gold mine was discovered in the 19th century.)
– “En esa región hay muchas minas de carbón.” (In that region, there are many coal mines.)
– “Para su****pleaños, le regalé una mina muy bonita.” (For her birthday, I bought her a really nice pen/pencil.)
– “Vi una mina en la fiesta que era muy bonita.” (I saw a girl at the party that was very pretty.)

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