Definition of 'medallion'
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But time and again it visited the five minutes she'd had to solve the problem of the medallion. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)Finding the crossroads where Maeve O'Connell had buried the medallion had proved more difficult than Buddenbaum had anticipated. EVERVILLE (2001)And they crossed paths with Sapas Humana, and they went their way, and all the while the medallion gathered its powers underground. EVERVILLE (2001)
John placed the evidence bag containing the medallion on the patio table between them. VAPOR TRAIL (2001)
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Translations for 'medallion'
British English: medallion /mɪˈdæljən/ NOUN
A medallion is a round metal disc which some people wear as an ornament, especially on a chain round their neck.
- American English: medallion
- Arabic: ميدَاليةٌ كَبِيرَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: medalhão
- Chinese: 大奖章
- Croatian: medaljon
- Czech: medailon
- Danish: medaljon
- Dutch: medaillon
- European Spanish: medallón
- Finnish: medaljonki
- French: médaillon viande
- German: Medaillon
- Greek: μενταγιόν
- Italian: medaglione
- Japanese: 大メダル
- Korean: 큰 메달
- Norwegian: medaljong
- Polish: medalion
- European Portuguese: medalhão
- Romanian: medalion
- Russian: медальон
- Spanish: medallón
- Swedish: medaljong
- Thai: การประดับเหรียญให้
- Turkish: madalyon
- Ukrainian: медальйон
- Vietnamese: mặt dây chuyền
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