the point at which it is equally expensive to buy, sell, export, import, or exchange gold in adjustment of foreign claims or counterclaims.
the melting point of gold, equal to 1036°C and used as a fixed point on the international temperature scale.
(finance) either of two exchange rates (the gold export point and the gold import point) at which it is as cheap to settle international accounts by exporting or importing gold bullion as by selling or buying bills of exchange Also called specie point
- Gold record
noun 1. a former name for gold disc noun a musical recording that has sold extremely well, over 500,000 copies for an album or over 1 million copies for a single; the gold plaque that is awarded for this achievement Examples Bing Crosby had many gold records.
noun 1. the stock of gold held by a government or central bank to back its promissory notes or currency or to settle its international debts. noun 1. the gold reserved by a central bank to support domestic credit expansion, to cover balance of payments deficits, and to protect currency
noun 1. a large-scale and hasty movement of people to a region where gold has been discovered, as to California in 1849. noun 1. a large-scale migration of people to a territory where gold has been found
[gohldz-bur-oh, -buhr-oh] /ˈgoʊldzˌbɜr oʊ, -ˌbʌr oʊ/ noun 1. a city in E North Carolina.