having the edge or edges gilded:
of the highest or best quality, kind, etc.
(stock exchange) denoting government securities on which interest payments will certainly be met and that will certainly be repaid at par on the due date
of the highest quality: the last track on the album is a gilt-edged classic
(of books, papers, etc) having gilded edges
[gilt-hed] /ˈgɪltˌhɛd/ noun 1. any of several marine fishes having gold markings, as a sparid, Sparus auratus, of the Mediterranean Sea. /ˈɡɪltˌhɛd/ noun 1. a sparid fish, Sparus aurata, of Mediterranean and European Atlantic waters, having a gold-coloured band between the eyes 2. any similar or related fish
[gil-yahk, gil-yahk] /ˈgɪl yɑk, gɪlˈyɑk/ noun 1. .
Generalized Information Management Language. Nelson, Pick, Andrews. Proc SJCC 29:169-73, AFIPS (Fall 1966).
[jim-buh lz, gim-] /ˈdʒɪm bəlz, ˈgɪm-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. Sometimes, gimbal. a contrivance, consisting of a ring or base on an axis, that permits an object, as a ship’s compass, mounted in or on it to tilt freely in any direction, in effect suspending the object so that it will remain […]