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oro

  
      sm  
1    (=metal)   gold  
de oro      gold    antes de s  , golden frec liter     
regla de oro      golden rule  
tiene una voz de oro      she has a wonderful voice  
MODISMOS apalear oro      to be rolling in money  
MODISMOS de oro y azul      very smart and elegant, all dressed up  
MODISMOS como un oro      like new  
MODISMOS es de oro      he's a treasure  
MODISMOS guardar algo como oro en paño      to treasure sth  
MODISMOS hacerse de oro      to make a fortune  
MODISMOS prometer el oro y el moro      to promise the earth o moon  
REFRANES no es oro todo lo que reluce :   all that glitters is not gold  
  oro amarillo   yellow gold  
  oro batido   gold leaf  
  oro en barras   gold bars    pl  , bullion  
  oro en polvo   gold dust  
  oro laminado   rolled gold  
  oro molido   ormolu  
  oro negro   black gold, oil  
  oro viejo   old gold
2    oros     (Esp, Naipes)   one of the suits in the Spanish card deck, represented by gold coins   one of the suits in the Spanish card deck, represented by gold coins  
    BARAJA ESPAÑOLA  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
gold
exp.
golden
exp.
fine gold
nm.
gold standard
[BIZ]
exp.
to be rolling in money
exp.
to be rolling in money
(MODISMOS)
exp.
pure gold
exp.
standard gold
exp.
he's a treasure
(MODISMOS)
nf.
gold mine
[BIZ]
exp.
golden rule
exp.
like new
(MODISMOS)
nf.
gold reserve
[BIZ]
exp.
gold-plated
exp.
to make a fortune
(MODISMOS)
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'oro' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
adj.
de oro
[BIZ]
n.
el oro
[BIZ]
exp.
oro puro
[Lit.]
exp.
oro macizo
exp.
buscar oro
exp.
cribar oro
n.
el oro puro
exp.
es de oro
exp.
ser de oro
exp.
lamé de oro
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"oro": examples and translations in context
Hay mucho oro que debería pertenecernos. Is there a lot of gold that should belong to us.
Serán útiles cuando hallemos el oro. They'll come in real handy when we've found the gold.
Presenta un color amarillo oro con reflejos dorados. It has a golden yellow colour with glints of gold.
Sólo cien mil dólares en oro enterrados. Only a hundred-thousand dollars in gold dust buried somewhere.
Nuestros amigos nos entregarán mucho oro y muchos caballos. Our friends will present us with a lot of gold and many horses.
Marfil y oro, qué bonita combinación. Ivory and gold - that makes a lovely combination.
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