gold

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English - Turkish
altın

Parlayan her şey altın değildir. - All that glitters is not gold.

Kızın altın saçı var. - The girl has golden hair.

sarı

Tom'un uzun altın sarısı saçı var. - Mary has long golden hair.

altın rengi

Güzel genç kız kayanın tepesine oturdu ve güneşte altın rengi saçlarını taradı. - The beautiful maiden sat on the top of the rock and combed her golden hair in the sunshine.

Onlar kazların beslendiği alana ulaştığında, o oturdu ve saf altın rengi olan saçını açtı. - When they had reached the common where the geese fed, she sat down and unloosed her hair, which was of pure gold.

kızıl
(Nükleer Bilimler) (au) altın
(Tıp) Au sembolü ile bilinen atom no: 79, atom ağırlığı: 197 olan kimyasal element, altın
piyasanın altın fiyatlarına göre ayarlanışı
altından yapılmış

Bu kupa altından yapılmıştır. - The cup is made of gold.

Bu heykel som altından yapılmış. - This statue is made of solid gold.

gold amalgam civalı altın
gold beater varakçı
altın sarısı

Tom'un uzun altın sarısı saçı var. - Mary has long golden hair.

{i} servet
gold basis altın esası
{i} altın para

Tom'un altın paraları nereye sakladığını bilen tek kişi benim. - I'm the only one who knows where Tom hid the gold coins.

Tom altın paraları nereye sakladığını hiç kimseye söylemedi. - Tom never told anyone where he hid the gold coins.

gold beetle altın gib
zer
gold apple
(isim) Altın elma
gold-filtered
(sigara) Altın yaldızlı filtreli
gold alloys
altın alaşımları
gold coins
altın paralar
gold deposit
(Madencilik) altın yatağı
gold exchange
(Ticaret) altın borsası
gold leaf
varak
gold plating
altın kaplama
gold prices
(Kanun) altın fiyatları
gold reserves
(Ticaret) altın rezervi
gold reserves
(Ticaret) altın rezervleri
gold species
(Ticaret) altın sikke
gold standard
(Madencilik) altın ayarı
gold thread
sırmakök
gold watch
altın saat
gold weave
altın örgü
gold alloy
altın alaşımı
gold amalgam
cıvalı altın
gold braid
yaldızlı şerit
gold brick
aldatıcı taklit
gold brocade
altın brokar
gold bullion
altın külçe
gold bullion standard
altın külçe standardı
gold chemistry
altın kimyası
gold coin
altın sikke
gold digger
altın arayıcısı

Aptal! Seni sevdiğini söylediğinde dürüst olmuyor. Hâlâ anlamadın mı? O, tam bir altın arayıcısı. - Idiot! She's not being honest when she says she loves you. Haven't you figured it out yet? She's just a gold digger.

gold dust
altın tozu

Tom'un arabasının bagajında birkaç altın tozu torbası vardı. - Tom had several bags of gold dust in the trunk of his car.

gold foil
altın folyo
gold foil
altın varak
gold foil
ince altın
gold leaf
yaprak altın
gold leaf
altın varak
gold mine
altın madeni

O iş bir altın madeniydi. - That business was a gold mine.

O bir altın madeninin üzerinde oturuyor. - She's sitting on a gold mine.

gold miner
altın madencisi
gold number
altın sayısı
gold paint
altın boya
gold panner
altın arayıcısı
gold plate
altın sofra takımı
gold plated
altın kaplı
gold pool
altın havuzu
gold premium
altın primi
gold rush
altına hücum

Altına hücûm burada başladı. - The gold rush began here.

gold standard
altın esası
gold standard
altın para jüyesi
gold thread
kılaptan
gold thread
sırma tel
gold washer
altın yıkayıcı
gold-plate
altın kaplamak
gold and foreign exchange reserves
altın ve döviz rezervleri
gold bar
altın bar
gold beater
altın çırpıcı
gold bullion
külçe altın
gold certificate
altın sertifikası
gold cover
altın karşılığı
gold coverage
altın kapsama
gold edge
altın kenar
gold exchange standard
altın kambiyo sistemi
gold filled
altın dolu
gold finch
altın finch
gold fish
japon balığı
gold fish
altın balık
gold leaf
altın yaprağı
gold leaves
altın yaprak
gold medal
altın madalya
gold nugget
altın külçe
gold option
altın opsiyonu
gold ore
altın cevher
gold panner
altın arayicisi
gold plated
Altın kaplama
gold plated mantle
altın manto kaplama
gold point
altın noktası
gold premium
altın-primi
gold pressing
altın basarak
gold proof
altın kanıtı
gold rimmed
altın çerçeveli
gold sovereign
İngiliz kraliyet altın parası
gold species standard
altın sikke standardı
gold stamping
altın damgalama
gold standard
altın standart
gold standard
altın standardı
gold stone
altın taş
gold thread
altın iplik
gold tooling
Altın takım
gold work
altın iş
gold-plated
altın kaplama

Saatim altın kaplamadır. - My watch is gold-plated.

gold bond
(Ticaret) altınla ödenebilen tahvil
gold brick
dolandırmak
gold brick
değersiz şey, taklit, uydurma, tembel, üşengeç kimse
gold brick
değersiz şey
gold brown
(Tekstil) altınsı kahve rengi
gold clause
(Kanun) altın klozu
gold clause
(Ticaret) altın şartı
gold clause
altın kaydı
gold coloured
altuni
gold currency
(Ticaret) altın para
gold digger
argo erkeklerden para sızdırmaya çalışan kadın
gold drain
(Ticaret) altın rezervinin erimesi
gold embroidery
(Tekstil) altın işleme
gold encaisse
(Ticaret) altın ankesi
gold fund
(Ticaret) altın fonu
gold in ingots
külçe altın
gold leat
altın varak
gold medalist
altın madalyalı sporcu
gold medallist
altın madalyalı sporcu
gold plate
altın kaplama
gold salt
(Tıp) altın bileşikleri
gold salt
(Tıp) altın tuzu
gold star lape button
(Askeri) ALTIN YILDIZ ROZETİ: 1941 ve 1947 yılları arasında askeri görevde iken ölen personelin en yakını olan şahsa verilen metal ve emaye rozet
gold trimming
(Tekstil) altın saçak
gold fish
(Gıda) barbunya balığı
gold rush
(deyim) devlet kuşu
choice gold, high-quality gold
seçim altın, yüksek kaliteli altın
gold digger
zengin koca avcısı kadın

Ebeveynlerim kız arkadaşımı sevmiyor. Onlar onun bir zengin koca avcısı kadın olduğunu söylüyor. - My parents don't like my girlfriend. They say that she's a gold digger.

English - English
The bullseye of an archery target
Having the colour of gold
Made of gold
A gold medal

France has won three golds and five silvers.

A coin made of this material, or supposedly so
Anything or anyone considered to be very valuable
Premium, superior
A bright yellow colour, resembling the metal gold

gold colour:.

A heavy yellow elemental metal of great value, with atomic number 79 and symbol Au
{n} the most precious of all metals
{i} malleable precious yellow metal; coins made of gold; money, wealth; bright yellow color
emphasis If you say that someone has a heart of gold, you are emphasizing that they are very good and kind to other people. They are all good boys with hearts of gold. They would never steal
It is a dense, lustrous, yellow, malleable precious metal, so durable that it is virtually indestructible, often found uncombined in nature. Jewelry and other decorative objects have been crafted from gold for thousands of years. It has been used for coins, to back paper currencies, and as a reserve asset. Gold is widely distributed in all igneous rocks, usually pure but in low concentrations; its recovery from ores and deposits has been a major preoccupation since ancient times (see cyanide process). The world's gold supply has seen three great leaps, with Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Americas in 1492, with discoveries in California (see gold rush) and Australia (1850-75), and discoveries in Alaska, Yukon (see Klondike), and South Africa (1890-1915). Pure gold is too soft for prolonged handling; it is usually used in alloys with silver, copper, and other metals. In addition to being used in jewelry and as currency, gold is used in electrical contacts and circuits, as a reflective layer in space applications and on building windows, and in filling and replacing teeth. Dental alloys are about 75% gold, 10% silver. In jewelry, its purity is expressed in 24ths, or karats: 24-karat is pure, 12-karat is 50% gold, etc. Its compounds, in which it has valence 1 or 3, are used mainly in plating and other decorative processes; a soluble chloride compound has been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Gold Coast fool's gold Field of Cloth of Gold gold reserve gold rush gold standard Klondike gold rush
something likened to the metal in brightness or preciousness or superiority etc
It has a characteristic yellow color, is one of the heaviest substances known specific gravity 19
Used for edge connectors The distance between the outside edges of the most outermost tabs is measured in linear inches (this distance is also known as tab length)
A yellow metal that is valuable More info - http: //www ivyhall district96 k12 il us/4th/kkhp/RocksandMinerals/gold html
An old English name of some yellow flower, the marigold (Calendula), according to Dr
32, is soft, and very malleable and ductile
Atomic weight 196
"the child was as good as gold"; "she has a heart of gold" great wealth; "Whilst that for which all virtue now is sold, and almost every vice--almighty gold"--Ben Jonson coins made of gold a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons
Yamaha flutes offer a choice of 9k or 14k gold Back
Yellow precious metal which is stainless and very malleable Used in alloys to make jewelry, bracelets and watches The portion of gold in the alloy is indicated in carats (k)
coins made of gold
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Gold is a valuable, yellow-coloured metal that is used for making jewellery and ornaments, and as an international currency. a sapphire set in gold The price of gold was going up. gold coins
Gold is a precious metal that is very soft when pure (24 Kt ) Gold is the most malleable (hammerable) and ductile (able to be made into wire) metal Gold is alloyed (mixed with other metals, usually silver and copper) to make it less expensive and harder The purity of gold jewelry is measured in karats Some countries hallmark gold with a three-digit number that indicates the parts per thousand of gold In this system, "750" means 750/1000 gold (equal to 18K); "500" means 500/1000 gold (equal to 12K) Alloyed gold comes in many colors
Money; riches; wealth
great wealth; "Whilst that for which all virtue now is sold, and almost every vice--almighty gold"--Ben Jonson coins made of gold a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons
A soft yellowish metal, used in jewelry, electrical contacts, and dental crowns Its chemical symbol "Au" is derived from the Latin word "aurum," meaning "shining dawn " It is composed of 79 protons, 79 electrons, and 118 neutrons Designated as: atomic number, 79; Atomic weight, 197 0; Oxidation states, 3 1; Electro negativity, 1 4; Atomic radius, 144; Ionic radius, (+3)85; Electron affinity, 2 31; First ionic potential, 9 23; Electron shell configuration, 1s22s2p63s2p63d104s2p64d105s2p64f145d106s1
Gold is an alternative to white
great wealth; "Whilst that for which all virtue now is sold, and almost every vice--almighty gold"--Ben Jonson
having the deep slightly brownish color of gold; "long aureate (or golden) hair"; "a gold carpet"
Gold is jewellery and other things that are made of gold. We handed over all our gold and money
It is quite unalterable by heat, moisture, and most corrosive agents, and therefore well suited for its use in coin and jewelry
A metallic element, constituting the most precious metal used as a common commercial medium of exchange
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A very ductile and malleable, brilliant yellow precious metal that is resistant to air and water corrosion
"the child was as good as gold"; "she has a heart of gold"
made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
The centre colour of the multicoloured target used in target archery Also the highest scoring zone on a target face
A very soft, ductile material that is noted for its resistance to corrosive media It is used primarily as a coating or plating material ground - A conducting connection between an electrical current and the earth or other large conducting body to serve as an electrical ground, thus making a complete electrical circuit ground, earth - The portion of a circuit that is connected to a buried metallic object, such as a grounding rod or water pipe
Cards with a gold-border are multi-colored, i e casting requires mana of more than one color They should be considered as though they are of each of the colors needed to cast (there is no gold color as such, nor are they colorless) So far, all legends have been gold
Something that is gold is a bright yellow colour, and is often shiny. I'd been wearing Michel's black and gold shirt
a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia
Gold the metal representing the Sun, bright and fiery
something likened to the metal in brightness or preciousness or superiority etc ; "the child was as good as gold"; "she has a heart of gold"
Pure of fine gold is 24 Karat (abbreviated K) Alloys of gold are calculated on a basis of 24 parts 14K is 14 parts gold and 10 parts other metals Gold colors are created by alloying other metals that impart their color characteristics to the gold White metals give white gold its color Gold filled consist of a base metal with a layer of gold fused to its surface Standard practice is 10% (weight) 12K gold Gold filled has a thicker layer of surface gold than rolled gold
Master Sanat Kumara, Lord Lanto Golden ray of Wisdom and illumination Used to seal the Aura Archangel Jophiel and Archiea Christine
A precious yellow metallic element, highly malleable and ductile, and free from liability to rust
a variable color averaging a deep yellow
to strike gold: see strike worth one's weight in gold: see weight see also fool's gold. Metallic chemical element, one of the transition elements, chemical symbol Au, atomic number
A metallic element, dense, soft, ductile and malleable, used in making jewelry and in coinage
A gold is the same as a gold medal. His ambition was to win gold at the Atlanta Games in 1996 This Saturday the British star is going for gold in the Winter Olympics
Chemical symbol Au The heraldic metal A rare yellow mineral that is the most malleable and pliable of all metals Gold does not tarnish or corrode, and is unaffected by exposure to air or water
The element gold occurs very widely diffused in nature, chiefly in the free state, but invariably alloyed with silver or copper, and occasionally with other metals
Gold has always been regarded as a precious metal and was first used in Varna, Bulgaria around 5000 BC Melting point: 1063° C It occurs naturally in the Wicklow Hills (Ireland), Dyfed (Wales) and Sutherland (Scotland) Native gold can be obtained from alluvial deposits by panning / washing, and can be shaped by hammering Used for jewellery, earrings, lunulae See Filigree, Granulation, Silver
a soft, precious metal of yellow color
n: gold 32
Figuratively, something precious or pure; as, hearts of gold
Symbol Au (Aurum)
I use 14, 18 and 22 Karat yellow gold The photo here gives you an idea of just some of the different ways gold is available It comes is sheets, wire, tubes, and beads and findings I stamp all pieces I make with the appropriate stamp, 14K, 18K, 22K
A yellow color, like that of the metal; as, a flower tipped with gold
a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
{s} of gold; from gold; made of gold; gold-colored
emphasis If you say that a child is being as good as gold, you are emphasizing that they are behaving very well and are not causing you any problems. The boys were as good as gold on our walk
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gol
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Gold Coast
A former British colony in Africa, consisting of what is now Ghana
Gold Coast
A city in southeast Queensland, Australia
gold bridge
An escape route
gold bug
A person with a particularly great enthusiasm for investing in gold (the metal), an enthusiasm which to others is likely to seem excessive, especially if gold prices are stagnant or falling
gold bugs
plural form of gold bug
gold coin
A one-dollar or two-dollar coin
gold coins
plural form of gold coin
gold digger
Someone who digs or mines for gold
gold digger
A person (usually female and considerably younger) who cultivates a personal relationship in order to attain money
gold diggers
plural form of gold digger
gold dust
Anything of great value
gold dust
Gold in the form of very small pieces, or flour gold
gold farmer
A person who plays an online game to resell in game currency and items for profit outside of the game; one who engages in gold farming
gold farmers
plural form of gold farmer
gold farming
Present participle of gold farm
gold farming
The business of farming/grinding for in-game currency (gold in many games) and items in massively multiplayer online games for for-profit resale outside of the game
gold fever
An excessive profit craving
gold fever
A feverish obsession to seek gold ore
gold general
A piece in shogi
gold generals
plural form of gold general
gold leaf
gold beaten into a thin sheet
gold medal
A medal made of, or having the colour of, gold, used as a prize for winning
gold medal
Finishing in first position, winning
gold medalist
Someone who has received a gold medal
gold medalists
plural form of gold medalist
gold medallist
Alternative form of gold medalist
gold medallists
plural form of gold medallist
gold medals
plural form of gold medal
gold mine
A mine for gold ore or metal

South Africa has many goldmines.

gold mine
A very profitable economic venture

This oil deposit is a regular gold mine. We make more and more money every year!.

gold mine
A plentiful stockpile of something sought after

The Smithsonian Institute is a goldmine of knowledge, but like most mines, you have to dig for the good stuff.

gold mines
plural form of gold mine
gold piece
A common unit of currency in many fantasy role-playing games
gold piece
A gold coin
gold pieces
plural form of gold piece
gold plate
a plate made of, or coloured gold
gold plate
to incorporate costly or otherwise excessive features or refinements unnecessarily, to over engineer
gold plate
to embellish, to extend beyond its intended scope, especially so as to become stifling, or rigid and inflexible
gold plate
to apply gold plate to an object, to plate with gold
gold plate
a thin layer of gold applied to the surface of an object, often by an electrolytic method
gold plated
Alternative spelling of gold-plated
gold plated
Simple past tense and past participle of gold plate
gold plates
plural form of gold plate
gold plates
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gold plate
gold plating
Present participle of gold plate
gold rush
Any period of feverish migration into an area in which gold has been discovered
gold rushes
plural form of gold rush
gold standard
A test or measure of comparison that is considered ultimate or ideal

The OED is the gold standard for English dictionaries. Everyone wants to see how their version measures up to that ideal.

gold standard
A monetary system where the value of circulating money is linked to the value of gold

In countries that accepted the gold standard, currency could be exchanged at a bank for a fixed weight of gold.

gold standards
plural form of gold standard
gold top
Channel Island milk
gold-bearing
containing or producing gold
gold-copper ore
Any gold ore that has a high copper content and therefore needs special processing before the normal cyanide process
gold-dust
Alternative spelling of gold dust
gold-filled
Having a layer of gold applied to the surface
gold-finder
A prospector for gold
gold-finder
A person who cleans the latrines

But though in this particular, and perhaps in their success, the truth-finder and the gold-finder may very properly be compared together;.

gold-finger
the third finger
gold-plate
Alternative spelling of gold plate
gold-plated
Simple past tense and past participle of gold-plate
gold-plated
Having a thin layer of gold applied to the surface, often by an electrolytic method
gold-plated
to be embellished to excess, especially so as to be stifling, or rigid and inflexible
gold-plated
incorporating costly or otherwise excessive features or refinements unnecessarily; to be over-engineered
gold-top milk
Channel Island milk
gold sovereign
A Gold Sovereign is a gold coin first issued in 1489 for Henry VII of England and still in production as of 2007. The coin typically has a value of one pound sterling or 20 shillings
Gold Coast
{i} coastal region in western Africa that was a former British territory and is now a part of Ghana; former name of Ghana; rich residential area in Florida (USA); city in southeast Queensland (Australia)
Gold Cup
a horse race held every March in Cheltenham, England
gold coast
a rich neighborhood noted for expensive homes and luxurious living; usually along a coastal area; "Chicago's gold coast is along Lake Michigan
gold coast
{i} rich residential neighborhood with luxurious expensive houses; (Slang) area in an office building where the offices of the executive management of a company are located
gold digging
digging or mining for gold; obtaining of gifts from men through the flaunting of charm or beauty
gold dust
the particles and flakes (and sometimes small nuggets) of gold obtained in placer mining
gold dust
gold in fine particles
gold fern
fern of West Indies and South America having fronds with bright golden-yellow undersides
gold fever
greed and the contagious excitement of a gold rush
gold foil
foil made of gold
gold hammer
{i} yellow-hammer, small bunting bird with yellow breast and crown
gold leaf
a very thin form of gold foil
gold leaf
Gold leaf is gold that has been beaten flat into very thin sheets and is used for decoration, for example to form the letters on the cover of a book. Gold beaten into extremely thin sheets used especially for gilding. gold which has been beaten into extremely thin sheets and is used to cover things such as picture frames for decoration
gold medal
prize given for first place in some competitions
gold medal
A gold medal is a medal made of gold which is awarded as first prize in a contest or competition. a prize made of gold that is given to someone for winning a race or competition bronze medal, silver medal silver medal medallist gold medalist
gold mine
a mine where gold ore is found
gold miner
a miner who digs or pans for gold in a gold field
gold ore
mineral or rock containing gold
gold plate
tableware that is plated with gold
gold plate
a thin plating of gold on something tableware that is plated with gold
gold plate
plate with gold; "goldplate a watch"
gold plate
a thin plating of gold on something
gold plated
covered with a layer of gold, gilded
gold rush
a large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field
gold rush
a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money); "the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed lik an assembly line"
gold standard
a paragon of excellence; "academic education is the gold standard against which other educational activity is pejoratively judged"
gold standard
the gold standard the use of the value of gold as a fixed standard on which to base the value of money. Monetary system in which the standard unit of currency is a fixed quantity of gold or is freely convertible into gold at a fixed price. The gold standard was first adopted in Britain in 1821. Germany, France, and the U.S. instituted it in the 1870s, prompted by North American gold strikes that increased the supply of gold. The gold standard ended with the outbreak of World War I in 1914; it was reestablished in 1928, but because of the relative scarcity of gold, most nations adopted a gold-exchange standard, supplementing their gold reserves with currencies (U.S. dollars and British pounds) convertible into gold at a stable rate of exchange. Though the gold-exchange standard collapsed during the Great Depression, the U.S. set a minimum dollar price for gold, an action that allowed for the restoration of an international gold standard after World War II. In 1971 dwindling gold reserves and an unfavourable balance of payments led the U.S. to suspend the free convertibility of dollars into gold, and the gold standard was abandoned. See also bimetallism; exchange rate; silver standard
gold-
I use 14, 18 and 22 Karat yellow gold The photo here gives you an idea of just some of the different ways gold is available It comes is sheets, wire, tubes, and beads and findings I stamp all pieces I make with the appropriate stamp, 14K, 18K, 22K
gold-
Gold is a precious metal that is very soft when pure (24 Kt ) Gold is the most malleable (hammerable) and ductile (able to be made into wire) metal Gold is alloyed (mixed with other metals, usually silver and copper) to make it less expensive and harder The purity of gold jewelry is measured in karats Some countries hallmark gold with a three-digit number that indicates the parts per thousand of gold In this system, "750" means 750/1000 gold (equal to 18K); "500" means 500/1000 gold (equal to 12K) Alloyed gold comes in many colors
gold-
Cards with a gold-border are multi-colored, i e casting requires mana of more than one color They should be considered as though they are of each of the colors needed to cast (there is no gold color as such, nor are they colorless) So far, all legends have been gold
gold-
amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
gold-
A yellow metal that is valuable More info - http: //www ivyhall district96 k12 il us/4th/kkhp/RocksandMinerals/gold html
gold-
The centre colour of the multicoloured target used in target archery Also the highest scoring zone on a target face
gold-
Chemical symbol Au The heraldic metal A rare yellow mineral that is the most malleable and pliable of all metals Gold does not tarnish or corrode, and is unaffected by exposure to air or water
gold-
A soft yellowish metal, used in jewelry, electrical contacts, and dental crowns Its chemical symbol "Au" is derived from the Latin word "aurum," meaning "shining dawn " It is composed of 79 protons, 79 electrons, and 118 neutrons Designated as: atomic number, 79; Atomic weight, 197 0; Oxidation states, 3 1; Electro negativity, 1 4; Atomic radius, 144; Ionic radius, (+3)85; Electron affinity, 2 31; First ionic potential, 9 23; Electron shell configuration, 1s22s2p63s2p63d104s2p64d105s2p64f145d106s1
gold-
Yellow precious metal which is stainless and very malleable Used in alloys to make jewelry, bracelets and watches The portion of gold in the alloy is indicated in carats (k)
gold-
A precious yellow metallic element, highly malleable and ductile, and free from liability to rust
gold-
Gold the metal representing the Sun, bright and fiery
gold-
great wealth; "Whilst that for which all virtue now is sold, and almost every vice--almighty gold"--Ben Jonson
gold-
Genizah OnLine Database http: //www lib cam ac uk/Taylor-Schechter/GOLD/
gold-
coins made of gold
gold-
Gold is an alternative to white
gold-
something likened to the metal in brightness or preciousness or superiority etc ; "the child was as good as gold"; "she has a heart of gold"
gold-digger
disapproval A gold-digger is a person who has a relationship with someone who is rich in order to get money or expensive things from them
gold-tail moth
white furry-bodied European moth with a yellow tail tuft
gold digger
A woman who seeks money and expensive gifts from men. an attractive woman who uses her looks to get money from rich men
gold digger
a woman who associates with or marries a rich man in order to get valuables from him through gifts or a divorce settlement
gold digger
one who digs or mines for gold; woman who uses her charm or beauty to obtain gifts from men
gold digger
a miner who digs or pans for gold in a gold field
gold fish
sliced peaches (slang used by Black Americans)
gold mine
underground excavation site for the purpose of extracting gold
gold mine
If you describe something such as a business or idea as a gold mine, you mean that it produces large profits. The programme was a gold mine for small production companies. A rich or plentiful source of something desired
gold mine
a good source of something that is desired
gold rush
A gold rush is a situation when a lot of people suddenly go to a place where gold has been discovered. a situation when a lot of people hurry to a place where gold has just been discovered. Rapid influx of fortune seekers to the site of newly discovered gold deposits. The first major gold strike occurred in California in 1848, when John Marshall, a carpenter building a sawmill for John Sutter, found gold. Within a year about 80,000 "forty-niners" had flocked to the California gold fields, and 250,000 had arrived by 1853. Some mining camps grew into permanent settlements, and the demand for food, housing, and supplies propelled the new state's economy. As gold became more difficult to extract, companies and mechanical mining methods replaced individuals. Smaller gold rushes occurred in Colorado (1859, 1892), Nevada (1859), Idaho (1861), Montana (1863), South Dakota (1876), Arizona (1877), and Alaska (1898) and resulted in settlement of many areas; where gold veins proved small, the settlements became ghost towns. Major gold rushes also occurred in Australia (1851), South Africa (1886), and Canada (1896). See also Klondike gold rush
gold rush
large-scale immigration of people to a region where gold has been discovered
golds
plural of gold
gold

    Turkish pronunciation

    gōld

    Pronunciation

    /ˈgōld/ /ˈɡoʊld/

    Etymology

    [ gOld ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English gold, from Proto-Germanic *gulþan (compare Dutch goud, German Gold, Swedish guld), from Pre-Germanic *ĝhl̥-tó-m, from Proto-Indo-European *ĝhol- 'gold' (compare Lithuanian žel̃tas, Russian zóloto, Avestan zaranyam, Sanskrit hīraṇyam). More at yellow.

    Common Collocations

    gold digger, gold rush, gold fish, gold mine

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