double eagle definition

  • noun:
    • A gold money with a face value of $20.00 formerly found in america, the double for the U.S. eagle coin.
    • Three under par, one stroke lacking an ace (a hole in one) on a par 5 hole.
    • a gold money associated with the US well worth twenty bucks.
    • A gold coin of the United States, worth two eagles or $20, or £4 2s. 2d. English money.
    • The heraldic representation of an eagle with two heads, as with the national hands of Russia and Austria. It's the old emblem of this Byzantine and Holy Roman empires.
    • (golf) a score of three shots under par on a hole
    • a former gold money in the United States worth 20 dollars
  • adjective:
    • a gold money regarding the United States obtaining the value of 20 bucks.

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