noun, U.S. History.
a former political party, organized in 1874, opposed to the retirement or reduction of greenbacks and favoring their increase as the only paper currency.
(US, history) a political party formed after the Civil War advocating the use of fiat money and opposing the reduction of paper currency
noun, British. 1. a bag or briefcase made of green cloth, formerly used by lawyers for carrying documents. 2. Slang.
- Green ban
noun 1. (Austral) a trade union ban on any development that might be considered harmful to the environment
- Green bank equation
noun See Drake equation
[bas] /bæs/ noun 1. .