gold bullion

/gəυld 'bυliən/ noun
bars of gold

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  • bullion — bul‧lion [ˈbʊljən] noun [uncountable] FINANCE bars of gold, silver, or platinum of an officially approved quality, valued by weight rather than what they would be worth as coins: • The price of gold bullion remains a sensitive index of confidence …   Financial and business terms

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