What is another word for ore bed?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔː bˈɛd] (IPA)

An ore bed refers to a deposit in the earth's crust that contains valuable minerals or ores that can be mined. Synonyms for ore bed include mineral deposit, mineral vein, ore vein, lode, and ore body. These terms all describe the same thing, but with slightly different nuances in meaning. A mineral deposit typically refers to any accumulation of minerals in the earth's crust. A mineral vein is a type of deposit that occurs as a long, narrow band or streak. An ore vein is a specific type of mineral vein that contains valuable metallic ores. A lode is a continuous mineral deposit in a rock formation. An ore body is a large, continuous deposit of valuable minerals that can be extracted economically.

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What are the hyponyms for Ore bed?

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