Lignite - bruinkool
1. wood coal :: hout steenkool
2. brown coal :: bruinkool
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: lignite
Meaning and definitions of lignite, translation in Afrikaans language for lignite with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of lignite in Afrikaans and in English language.
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