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re·sale

 (rē′sāl′, rē-sāl′)
n.
The act of selling again.

re·sal′a·ble adj.

resale

(ˈriːˌseɪl; riːˈseɪl)
n
(Commerce) the selling again of something purchased
reˈsalable, reˈsaleable adj

re•sale

(ˈriˌseɪl, riˈseɪl)

n.
1. the act of selling a second time.
2. the act of selling something secondhand.
adj.
3. used; secondhand: a rack of resale clothing.
[1615–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.resale - the selling of something purchased
marketing, merchandising, selling - the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
Translations

resale

[ˌriːˈseɪl]
A. Nreventa f
"not for resale""prohibida la venta"
B. CPD resale price maintenance Nmantenimiento m del precio de venta
resale value Nvalor m de reventa

resale

[ˈriːseɪl] nrevente f
"not for resale" → "revente interdite"resale price nprix m à la reventeresale price maintenance n vente au détail à prix imposéresale value nvaleur f de revente
what's the resale value? → ça se revend combien?; (for car)elle est cotée combien à l'Argus?

resale

nWeiterverkauf m; “not for resalenicht zum Weiterverkauf bestimmt; (on free sample) → unverkäufliches Muster; resale valueWiederverkaufswert m

resale

[ˈriːseɪl] nrivendita
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Unfortunately, the behavior of consumer online resale has not been studied indepth.
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It's Too Good to be Threw resale shop located in San Antonio.
If the resale is between 91 days and 150 days following acquisition by the seller, the final rule requires the lender to document the resale value if the resale price is between 50 to 150 percent over the purchase price.
To make the repayments under the tax deferral program both recession and inflation proof, it would be based on 5% or 7% of: a) the actual resale price, b) the original selling price, or c) the appraised value upon refinancing -- whichever is greater.
CMHC Ontario Regional Economist Alex Medow kicked-off the day's presentations by offering an overview of economic conditions, job markets and demographics and explaining the role they play in the province's home resale markets and new housing construction.
LANCASTER - Resale home sales jumped 30 percent in 1999's last six months compared with a year earlier, a new study says.
IDC's "Ternary Partner Segmentation Model" divides the reseller universe into six major segments, based only on the relative proportion of product, service, and resale revenue: logistic-oriented resale, value-added resale, services oriented, hybrid products/services, hybrid product/resale, and product oriented.
Bucks said that one area where tax administrators and taxpayers shared a common goal involved the development of a uniform resale certificate.