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How to Pronounce Coal: Learn how to pronounce Coal in English correctly

Learn how to say Coal correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word coal:

[mass noun]
a combustible black or dark brown rock consisting chiefly of carbonized plant matter, found mainly in underground seams and used as fuel:
two bags of coal
[as modifier]:
a coal fire
[count noun] British a piece of coal:
men were loading coals into a wagon
[count noun] a red-hot piece of coal or other material in a fire:
the glowing coals
[with object]
provide with a supply of coal:
(as noun coaling)
the coaling and watering of the engine
[no object] mine or extract coal:
we have now finished coaling at the site
coals to Newcastle
something supplied to a place where it is already plentiful.
haul someone over the coals
British reprimand someone severely:
bank chiefs are to be hauled over the coals by the Chancellor
Old English col (in the senses ‘glowing ember’ and ‘charred remnant’), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch kool and German Kohle. The sense ‘combustible mineral used as fuel’ dates from Middle English