point of sale

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point of sale

n. pl. points of sale
A business or place where a product or service can be purchased. Also called point of purchase.

point′-of-sale′ adj.

point of sale

n
(Commerce) (in retail distribution) the place at which a sale is made. Abbreviation: POS
Translations

point of sale

n (Comm) → Verkaufsstelle f

point of sale

n (Comm) → punto di vendita
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