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Idioms for gold
- (of an audio recording) to attain sales of 500,000 copies or more.
- (of a video game) to complete the development cycle from production through quality assurance testing and enter the sales and shipping cycle: The game went gold in November and was on store shelves for the holiday season.
Origin of gold
OTHER WORDS FROM goldnon·gold, noun, adjective
Definition for gold (2 of 3)
Definition for gold (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for gold
Imagine my surprise when I saw Miss Golder step off nervously and hurry up the main street.
She said there was one place she'd never been to, and that was Golder's Hill.The Combined Maze|May Sinclair
Professor Golder is one of the few American historians who is perfectly at home with the Russian language.
Quickly Craig ran his eye over the mass of papers on Miss Golder's desk.
He had begun life as a small jerry-builder at Golder's Green, and had ended it a millionaire and a knight.Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo|William Le Queux
British Dictionary definitions for gold (1 of 2)
- a dense inert bright yellow element that is the most malleable and ductile metal, occurring in rocks and alluvial deposits: used as a monetary standard and in jewellery, dentistry, and plating. The radioisotope gold-198 (radiogold), with a half-life of 2.69 days, is used in radiotherapy. Symbol: Au; atomic no: 79; atomic wt: 196.96654; valency: 1 or 3; relative density: 19.3; melting pt: 1064.43°C; boiling pt: 2857°CRelated adjectives: aurous, auric
- (as modifier)a gold mine
- a deep yellow colour, sometimes with a brownish tinge
- (as adjective)a gold carpet