retailer


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re·tail

 (rē′tāl′)
n.
The sale of goods or commodities in small quantities directly to consumers.
adj.
Of, relating to, or engaged in the sale of goods or commodities at retail.
adv.
1. In retail quantities.
2. At a retail price.
v. re·tailed, re·tail·ing, re·tails
v.tr.
1. To sell in small quantities directly to consumers.
2. (also rĭ-tāl′) To tell or repeat (gossip or stories, for example) to others.
v.intr.
To sell at retail.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, variant of Old French, piece cut off, from retaillier, to cut up : re-, re- + tailler, to cut; see tailor.]

re′tail′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.retailer - a merchant who sells goods at retailretailer - a merchant who sells goods at retail
chandler - a retail dealer in provisions and supplies
distributer, distributor - someone who markets merchandise
licensee - someone to whom a license is granted
merchandiser, merchant - a businessperson engaged in retail trade
Translations
بَائِعٌ باِلتَّـجْزِئَةتاجِر المُفَرَّق
maloobchodník
detailhandler
vähittäiskauppias
trgovac na malo
kiskereskedõ
smásali, smákaupmaîur
小売業者
소매업자
maloobchodník
detaljhandlare
ผู้ขายปลีก
người bán lẻ

retailer

[ˈriːteɪləʳ] Ncomerciante mf al por menor, detallista mf

retailer

[ˈriːteɪlər] ndétaillant(e) m/fretail group ngroupe m de vente au détail

retailer

nEinzelhändler(in) m(f), → Kleinhändler(in) m(f)

retailer

[ˈriːˌteɪləʳ] ndettagliante m/f, commerciante m/f al minuto or al dettaglio

retail

(ˈriːteil) verb
to sell (goods) (usually in small quantities) to the person who is going to use them (rather than to someone who is going to sell them to someone else).
adjective
relating to the sale of goods in this way. a retail price.
ˈretailer noun
a person who sells goods retail; a shopkeeper.

retailer

بَائِعٌ باِلتَّـجْزِئَة maloobchodník detailhandler Einzelhändler έμπορος λιανικής πώλησης minorista vähittäiskauppias distributeur trgovac na malo dettagliante 小売業者 소매업자 detailhandelaar detaljist kupiec detaliczny retalhista, varejista розничный торговец detaljhandlare ผู้ขายปลีก perakendeci người bán lẻ 零售商
References in classic literature ?
Their wholesale price was six shillings, but the retailer would get twelve or more.
We have seen both the retailers and also the wholesale manufacturers.
Mrs Miller had a long discourse with Mr Allworthy, at his return from dinner, in which she acquainted him with Jones's having unfortunately lost all which he was pleased to bestow on him at their separation; and with the distresses to which that loss had subjected him; of all which she had received a full account from the faithful retailer Partridge.
It was eleven o'clock before the family were all in bed, and two o'clock next morning was the latest hour for starting with the beehives if they were to be delivered to the retailers in Casterbridge before the Saturday market began, the way thither lying by bad roads over a distance of between twenty and thirty miles, and the horse and waggon being of the slowest.
Greater than 90% responded that they rely on their local ag retailer.
Japanese retailers, such as the new home furnishing retailer Family Inada, have also taken up residence on Fifth Avenue.
This major retailer operator has set itself a goal of becoming one of the world's top 10 retailers by 2010.
For each level--wholesaler, retailer and customer--there is a different value proposition and different selling challenge.
The EyeRIS (Eye on Retail Information Systems) database tracks North American Retailers based on financial metrics such as Sales Growth, Gross Margins, Net Profit Margins, Inventory Turns, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, Earnings Per Share Growth, and Sales/Employee and then compares this to the information systems being used in that retailer.
Go into our malls, and every single retailer has a help-wanted sign up,'' said David Plawecki, deputy director of the Michigan Employment Security Commission in Lansing.
In the past, manufacturers have implemented promotions with retailers through the use of case allowances: reduced prices for cases purchased by the retailer during a promotional period in return for promotional support such as special displays, advertisements, and reduced shelf prices.
A successful retailer offers the right goods at the right price in the right location.