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gold-filled

(gōld′fĭld′)
adj.
Made of a hard base metal with an outer layer of gold.
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gold-filled

adj
covered with a layer of gold
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gold′-filled′



adj.
composed of a layer of gold backed with a base metal.
[1900–1905]
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Translations

gold-filled

[ˈgəʊldˌfɪld] ADJlleno de oro (Tech) → revestido de oro, enchapado en oro; [tooth] → empastado de oro
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The top of the receiver is marked with the Marines' eagle, globe and anchor insignia along with "Semper Fi" and "U.S.M.C." This gun came from the personal collection of James Lester Ballou, author of the acclaimed book on the BAR, "A Rock and a Hard Place." Ballou acquired a parts set and receiver, which he had professionally assembled and refinished with gold-filled lettering and motifs.
Earlier this year, in a clever effort to bridge the nearly 60-year gap separating its founding as a more refined alternative to Seiko and its present-day rebirth as a stand-alone brand, Grand Seiko introduced a re-creation of the first Grand Seiko timepiece--with a few critical updates: While the original was produced in an 80-micron, gold-filled case, the 2017 version is bathed entirely in 18-karat gold, including the hour markers (the model also comes in platinum or steel).
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