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Needless to say, Nesbitt's pronouncement wasn't a signal for a cosy chat about some former golden age. Magnus Mills THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT (2003)A good enough speaker, slightly dull - but actually this isn't the golden age of political oratory, is it? Barnard, Robert POLITICAL SUICIDE (2003)`For anthropologists, the golden age is too often the primitive peoples we study with such attention. Appiganesi, Lisa DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2003)Quoyle said he would find out things about the Golden Age home in Killick-Claw. Annie Proulx THE SHIPPING NEWS (2002)

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Traduções de golden age

Inglês Britânico: golden age NOUN
A golden age is a period of time during which a very high level of achievement is reached in a particular field of activity, especially in art or literature.
You grew up in the golden age of children's books.
  • Inglês Americano: golden age
  • Português Brasileiro: idade de ouro
  • Chinês: 鼎盛时期
  • Espanhol Europeu: edad de oro
  • Francês: âge d'or
  • Alemão: Blütezeit
  • Italiano: età d'oro
  • Japonês: 黄金時代
  • Coreano: 황금기
  • Português Europeu: idade de ouro
  • Espanhol: edad de oro

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