Informal. a person, especially an economist or politician, who supports the gold standard.
Informal. a person who believes in buying gold bullion as a personal investment.
noun 1. a gold standard in which gold is not coined but may be purchased at a fixed price for foreign exchange.
- Gold card
noun 1. a credit card issued by credit-card companies to favoured clients, entitling them to high unsecured overdrafts, some insurance cover, etc noun a credit card with a high credit rating and more privileges than a standard credit card
noun 1. a former U.S. paper currency issued by the federal government for circulation from 1865 to 1933, equal to and redeemable for gold to a stated value. noun (in the US) 1. a currency note issued exclusively to the Federal Reserve Banks by the US Treasury. It forms a claim on gold reserves deposited […]
noun 1. a yellow to red, water-soluble compound, AuCl 3 , used chiefly in photography, gilding ceramic ware and glass, and in the manufacture of purple of Cassius.