Translation of gold rush in Spanish:

gold rush

fiebre del oro, n.

noun

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    fiebre del oro feminine
    • Even the miners of the gold rush held him in deepest respect.
    • They are largely of European descent, many having settled there on the way to the California gold rush.
    • Melbourne's foundations were built on a gold rush and the Australian city has now delivered another one.
    • It was the age of the gold rush from the Klondike to Australia.
    • On the other hand, from early colonial times, and certainly from the gold rush, Australia was also known for its self-made men of wealth.
    • The play examines the cause and consequences of a curse placed on a group of goldfield inhabitants during the gold rush of the 1850s.
    • Serious over-hunting occurred in parts of the territory at least as early as the Klondike gold rush in 1898.
    • In the 1850s, the nation's independence became vulnerable as a result of the gold rush in California.
    • The California gold rush in the 1840s renewed interest in travel between the oceans.
    • In December, 1841, they both crossed to Victoria on the Australian mainland to join the gold rush.
    • It was built in the 1870s at the tail end of the gold rush.
    • News of the discovery spread rapidly, and a major gold rush was on.
    • Holliday's other message is that the California gold rush was the largest mass migration of people in the history of the world.
    • Times where hard, and the report sparked a gold rush to the Klondike where a few got rich and most did not.
    • I was struck by how little I'd ever known about the Klondike gold rush.
    • He had drifted to California in time for the gold rush, where he had applied an individual business sense to the problem of becoming seriously rich.
    • The discovery of place gold set off the California gold rush of 1849 and the rush to the Klondike in 1897.
    • Martin had been born in Bendigo but was moved west when his father followed the gold rush.
    • In early 1897, news of the Klondike gold strike reached the United States and a new gold rush was under way.
    • The California gold rush prompted a frenzied mass movement of people toward the Sierra Nevada.