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bullion

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈbʊliən/ ECONOMICS, FINANCE, MONEY
rare metal such as gold or silver, often in the form of thick blocks, that is bought and sold in large quantities as a commodity or investment: The price of gold bullion rose by 4.8%.
Translations of “bullion”
in Vietnamese nén…
in Spanish oro/plata en barras…
in Thai แท่งเงินหรือทองจำนวนมาก…
in Malaysian jongkong…
in French lingot…
in German ungemünztes Gold/Silber…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金條, 銀條…
in Indonesian emas atau perak batangan…
in Russian слиток…
in Turkish külçe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金条, 银条…
in Polish złoto lub srebro w sztabach…
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