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The picture frames were made of solid gold.
22 carat gold
Over £80,000 worth of gold was stolen from the safe.
So Australia gets the gold and Britain the silver.
We always thought Sally was going to win gold.
That girl is pure gold.
The boat was painted in black and gold.
the reds and golds of the autumn foliage
Anyone coming here in search of a pot of gold is going to be disappointed.
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American English version of definition of gold
a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job
a small round hat worn by Jewish men
an expandable stick which you attach to a mobile phone or camera to help you take a selfie …
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Definition of gold from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.