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gilt

noun [U] (SURFACE)
表面
 
 
/ɡɪlt/
when a very thin layer of gold, silver or a similar substance, is used to cover the surface of something
镀金;镀银;镀金材料;镀银材料
a silver gilt crucifix
镀银耶稣受难像
gilt lettering
烫金字
Coverings and layers
Translations of “gilt”
in Vietnamese vàng mạ…
in Spanish dorado…
in Thai ทองคำ หรือวัตถุคล้ายทอง…
in Malaysian sepuhan air emas…
in French dorure, doré…
in German die Vergoldung, vergoldet…
in Chinese (Traditional) 表面, 鍍金, 鍍銀…
in Indonesian lapisan emas…
in Russian позолота…
in Turkish altın kaplama, yaldızlı kaplama…
in Polish złocenie…
(Definition of gilt noun (SURFACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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