e-tailing


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e-tail•ing

(ˈiˌteɪ lɪŋ)

n.
the selling of goods and services on the Internet or through e-mail solicitation.
[1995–2000; e- + (re) tailing]
e′-tail′er, n.
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e-tailing

[ˈiːteɪlɪŋ] Nventa f en línea, venta f via or por Internet
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