Translation of gilt in Spanish:

gilt

Pronunciation: /gɪlt/

n

  • 1 u (finish) dorado (m) to take the gilt off the gingerbread (BrE) quitarle la gracia a algo (before n) [finish/frame] dorado
    More example sentences
    • Follow the application instructions for your choice of finish, paint or gilt.
    • Let us peel away some of the layers of gilt and glimpse at some of the failures.
    • Crafted in silver and gilt, the 60-cm high trophy features a golden globe held aloft by three silver columns.
  • 2
    (gilts pl)
    [Fin] (BrE) papel (m) del estado
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    • It is almost certainly better than leaving your money in the bank or buying fixed interest investments such as government gilts.
    • People are selling stock to buy gilts (UK government bonds).
    • That meant investing more in safer government gilts.

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