Also called fishbowl. a glass bowl, typically spherical, in which fish are kept as pets
a place or situation open to observation by onlookers
A place or situation where one is exposed; a venue without privacy: Celebrities must live in a goldfish bowl (1935+)
A situation affording no privacy, as in Being in a goldfish bowl comes with the senator’s job—there’s no avoiding it. The glass bowl allowing one to view goldfish from every direction was transferred first, in the 1920s, to a police interrogation room equipped with a one-way mirror. By the mid-1900s the expression was being used more broadly.
noun, Finance. 1. the procedure by which the price of gold is established. 2. the price itself, especially as established daily in the London gold market.
- Goldflam disease
Goldflam disease Gold·flam disease (gōld’flām, gôlt’fläm) n. See myasthenia gravis.
noun 1. sheets of gold slightly thicker than gold leaf. noun 1. thin gold sheet that is thicker than gold leaf
[gohl-dee, gawl-] /ˈgoʊl di, ˈgɔl-/ noun, plural Goldis (especially collectively) Goldi. 1. .