There are 2 translations of gold in Spanish:

gold1

Pronunciation: /gəʊld/

n

  • 1 1.1 u oro (m) solid/pure/24-carat gold oro macizo/puro/de 24 quilates that woman is pure gold esa mujer vale (su peso en) oro as good as gold buenísimo they've been as good as gold se han portado muy bien or como unos santos the baby slept through it all as good as gold el bebé durmió como un angelito sin enterarse de nada to strike gold dar* con una mina de oro all that glitters o glisters is not gold no es oro todo lo que reluce, no todo lo que brilla es oro (before n) [ring/ingot/reserves] de oro gold bar lingote (m) or barra (f) de oro the gold market el mercado del oro gold medal medalla (f) de oro gold medalist medallista (mf) de oro
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    • While equities languish, precious metals such as gold have seen their value soar as investors seek a safe haven during uncertain times.
    • National states have endeavoured to overcome this problem by linking the value of national currencies to the value of gold or silver.
    • He explained that Ongopolo mines and processes base metal, mainly copper, but also associated precious metals such as gold and silver.
    1.2 u (money) (monedas (fpl) de) oro (m) everything she touches turns to gold todo lo que toca se convierte en oro the crock o pot of gold at the end of the rainbow un imposible
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    • He didn't trust banks for some reason and kept all his money and gold in a stupid safe in the attic.
    • Perhaps it's a subliminal, sinister reminder that gold is the root of all evil.
    • Who never dreamed about something like that; gold, wealth, adventure, history.
    1.3 c u (medal) [colloquial/familiar] medalla (f) de oro to go for gold tratar de ganar la medalla de oro, ir* a por la de oro (Esp) [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Kieren Perkins is, of course, an Olympic medallist from each of the last three Olympic Games: two golds, two silvers.
    • This played out in the form of two golds and one silver medal at the 2000 Olympic Games - the most successful medal haul ever for British rowing.
    • She was a great sprinter in her time winning silver and bronze medals at the 1960 Olympics and multiple golds at the 1963 Commonwealth and European Games in 1963, the year she won the award.
  • 2 u (color) dorado (m), color (m) (de) oro, oro (m) [literario/literary]
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    • In the end I went for a deep red with gold flecks in it.
    • The riverside trees and bushes were quite magnificent in the autumn colours of reds, gold, oranges and yellows.
    • Stir in the cumin seed and the crushed chilli and continue cooking until the onions are deep gold in colour and spicily fragrant.

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There are 2 translations of gold in Spanish:

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Cultural fact of the day

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.