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medal

noun /ˈmedl/
a piece of metal with a design, inscription etc stamped on it, given as a reward for bravery, long service, excellence etc, or made to celebrate a special occasion
medalla
a bronze/silver/gold medal He won a medal in the War.
medallion noun a coin-shaped piece of jewellery/jewelry worn on a chain around the neck
medallón
medallist noun ( medalist) a person who has won a medal in a competition etc
medallista
a gold medallist.
Translations of “medal”
in Arabic ميدالْية…
in Korean 메달…
in Malaysian pingat…
in French médaille…
in Turkish madalya…
in Italian medaglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獎章, 獎牌, 勳章…
in Russian медаль…
in Polish medal…
in Vietnamese huân chương…
in Portuguese medalha…
in Thai เหรียญรางวัล…
in German die Medaille, der Orden…
in Catalan medalla…
in Japanese メダル…
in Indonesian medali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奖章, 奖牌, 勋章…
(Definition of medal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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