gold-exchange standard

[ gohld-iks-cheynj ]
/ ˈgoʊld ɪksˌtʃeɪndʒ /

noun

a monetary system in one country in which currency is maintained at a par with that of another country that is on the gold standard.

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British Dictionary definitions for gold-exchange standard

gold-exchange standard

noun

a monetary system by which one country's currency, which is not itself based on the gold standard, is kept at a par with another currency that is based on the gold standard
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