Mesal vs Medal - What's the difference?

mesal | medal |


As an adjective mesal

is .

As a noun medal is

a stamped metal disc used as a personal ornament, a charm, or a religious object.

As a verb medal is

(sports|very|colloquial) to win a medal.

mesal

English

Adjective

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  • (Webster 1913)

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    medal

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A stamped metal disc used as a personal ornament, a charm, or a religious object.
  • *, II.i.3:
  • Whether their images, shrines, relics, consecrated things, holy water, medals , benedictions, those divine amulets, holy exorcisms, and the sign of the cross, be available in this disease?
  • A stamped or cast metal object (usually a disc), particularly one awarded as a prize or reward.
  • Derived terms

    * 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 * tea and medals

    Verb

  • (sports, very, colloquial) To win a medal.
  • "He medalled twice at the Olympics"
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