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Meaning of “gold” - Learner’s Dictionary

gold

adjective     /ɡəʊld/
METAL A2 made of gold: gold coinsMineralogy
COLOUR A2 being the colour of gold: gold paintLess common coloursCommon colours
Translations of “gold”
in Korean 금의, 금색의…
in Arabic ذَهَبي…
in Portuguese de ouro, dourado…
in Catalan d’or, daurat…
in Japanese 金の, 金製の, 金色の…
in Italian d’oro, dorato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金質的或金色…
in Russian золотой, золотого цвета…
in Turkish altından yapılmış, altın renkli/renginde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金质的或金色…
in Polish złoty…
(Definition of gold adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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