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gold rushnoun [S]

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a situation in which a lot of people try to take advantage of an opportunity because they have heard that they might make a lot of money: Venture capitalists helped companies like Amazon and Netscape raise billions during the Internet gold rush.
(Definition of gold rush from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “gold rush”
in Chinese (Simplified) 淘金热(指涌向新采金地的热潮)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淘金熱(指湧向新採金地的熱潮)…
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