a pit where coal is dug.
a place where charcoal is made.
/ˈkəʊlˌpɔːt/ noun 1. (antiques) a white translucent bone china having richly coloured moulded patterns, made in the 19th century at Coalport near Shrewsbury
- Coal pot
noun 1. a cooking device using charcoal, consisting of a raised iron bowl and a central grid
[kohl-sak] /ˈkoʊlˌsæk/ noun, Astronomy. 1. a dark nebula in the southern constellation Crux, whose dust particles obscure light from Milky Way stars behind it.
noun 1. a metal bucket, usually with a lip, for holding and carrying coal. noun 1. a domestic metal container for coal