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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Gold or silver bars (before coining).

Usage examples (1)
  • The robbers ran off with a thousand bars of gold bullion, stolen from Fort Knox. for more
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  • A "billion" is a thousand million in the United States or a million million in Great Britain. "Bouillon" is a clear soup, while "bullion" is uncoined gold or silver.
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