colliery definition

  • noun:
    • A coal my own as well as its physical plant and outbuildings.
    • An underground coal mine, together with its surface buildings.
    • A facility that supplies coal.
    • where coal is dug; a coal my own, in addition to buildings, etc., belonging to it.
    • The coal trade.
    • somewhere where coal is dug; a coal-mine or -pit, with all the requisite apparatus for working it.
    • The coal-trade.
    • a workplace comprising a coal mine plus all the buildings and gear linked to it
    • A coal mine along with its actual plant and outbuildings.
    • An underground coal mine, as well as its surface buildings.
    • A facility that provides coal.
    • where coal is dug; a coal mine, and structures, etc., belonging to it.
    • The coal trade.
    • somewhere in which coal is dug; a coal-mine or -pit, because of the prerequisite apparatus for working it.
    • The coal-trade.
    • a workplace consisting of a coal my own plus all the structures and equipment related to it

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