rolled gold


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rolled gold

n
(Metallurgy) a metal, such as brass, coated with a thin layer of gold, usually of above 9 carat purity. It is used in inexpensive jewellery. Also called (US): filled gold

rolled′ gold′


n.
a thin layer of gold fused to a base metal, rolled out into sheets from which articles can be cut, esp. jewelry.
[1895–1900]
Translations

rolled gold

[ˌrəʊldˈgəʊld]
1. noro laminato
2. adjlaminato/a oro inv
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