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Latin metallum metal

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Singular
Medal

Plural
Medals

Medal (plural Medals)
  1. A stamped or cast metal disc, particularly one awarded as a prize.

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  • gold medal — a medal designed for first-place winners
  • silver medal — a medal designed for second-place winners
  • bronze medal — a medal designed for third-place winners

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Infinitive
to Medal

Third person singular
medals

Simple past
medaled or medalled

Past participle
[[medaled or medalled]]

Present participle
medaling or medalling

to Medal (third-person singular simple present medals, present participle medaling or medalling, simple past and past participle medaled or medalled)
  1. Patrono:Sports To win a medal
    "He medalled twice at the Olympics"

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medal

  1. medal.

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  • Useinov & Mireev Dictionary, Simferopol, Dolya, 2002 [1]

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  • IPA: /ˈmɛdal/

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Medal m.

  1. medal

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