bronze medal

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bronze medal

(Individual Sports, other than specified) a medal of bronze, awarded to a competitor who comes third in a contest or race. Compare gold medal, silver medal

bronze′ med′al

a medal, traditionally of bronze, awarded to the third-place winner in a competition.
bronze′ med′alist, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bronze medal - a trophy made of bronze (or having the appearance of bronze) that is usually awarded for winning third place in a competitionbronze medal - a trophy made of bronze (or having the appearance of bronze) that is usually awarded for winning third place in a competition
trophy, prize - something given as a token of victory
ميداليه بْرونْزِيَّه
bronzová medaile
medaglia di bronzo
bronzová medaila
bronz madalya


(bronz) noun, adjective
1. (of) an alloy of copper and tin. The medal is (made of) bronze.
2. (of) its reddish brown colour.
3. (a work of art) made of bronze. an exhibition of bronzes.
bronzed adjective
suntanned. a bronzed face.
bronze medal
in athletics competitions, the medal awarded as third prize.
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