gold medal

gold medal

gold medal ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a medal, traditionally of gold or gold color, awarded to a person or team finishing first in a competition, meet, or tournament; championship medal.

Compare bronze medal, silver medal. Origin of gold medal First recorded in 1905–10 Related formsgold medalist, noun Examples from the Web for gold medal Contemporary Examples of gold medal

  • Oddsmakers predict that Norway will once again top the gold-medal table.

    Sochi Winter Olympics: Are We Winning?

    Brandy Zadrozny

    February 10, 2014

  • Historical Examples of gold medal

  • In the group at camp are the gold-medal orator of the school, two excellent pianists, four mandolin players, and a whistler.

    Our Schools in War Time—and After

    Arthur Davis Dean

  • British Dictionary definitions for gold medal gold medal noun

    1. a medal of gold, awarded to the winner of a competition or raceCompare silver medal, bronze medal

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