Definitions for Merchandiseˈmɜr tʃənˌdaɪz, -ˌdaɪs; -ˌdaɪz
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merchandise, ware, product(verb)
commodities offered for sale
"good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
engage in the trade of
"he is merchandising telephone sets"
Commodities offered for sale.
good business depends on having good merchandise
A commodity offered for sale; an article of commerce; a kind of merchandise.
to engage in the trade of.
Origin: From Anglo‐French marchaundise, from marchaunt.
the objects of commerce; whatever is usually bought or sold in trade, or market, or by merchants; wares; goods; commodities
the act or business of trading; trade; traffic
to trade; to carry on commerce
to make merchandise of; to buy and sell
Origin: [F. marchandise, OF. marcheandise.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Getting him locked up dries up the outlet for this stolen merchandise.
The Great Spirit, when He made earth, never intended that it should be made merchandise.
In the last few years, people were looking at gross merchandise value (when considering investment).
We will need to liquidate this inventory in the fourth quarter so that we can maintain the flow of fresh new merchandise.
Junk is the ultimate merchandise. The junk merchant does not sell his product to the consumer, he sells the consumer to the product. He does not improve and simplify his merchandise, he degrades and simplifies the client.
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Translations for Merchandise
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- سِلَع, بِضَاعَة, بَضَائِعُArabic
- Ware, WarenGerman
- mercancía, mercancíasSpanish
- marchandise, marchandisesFrench
- batharScottish Gaelic
- barang daganganIndonesian
- 商品, 物品, 品, 品物, 商材Japanese
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