saleroom


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saleroom

(ˈseɪlˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
(Commerce) chiefly Brit a room where objects are displayed for sale, esp by auction
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saleroom - an area where merchandise (such as cars) can be displayedsaleroom - an area where merchandise (such as cars) can be displayed; "in Britain a showroom is called a salesroom"
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
panopticon - an area where everything is visible
Translations
غُرْفَة المَبيعات
dražební místnost
auktionslokale
árverési terem
uppboîssalur
dražobná miestnosť
müzayede salonu

saleroom

[ˈseɪlrʊm] N (Brit) → sala f de subastas

saleroom

[ˈseɪlruːm] nsalle f des ventessales assistant (British) sales clerk (US) nvendeur/euse m/f
She's a sales assistant → Elle est vendeuse.sales call nappel m de prospection (commerciale)sales clerk n (US) = sales assistantsales conference nréunion f de ventesales department nservice m des ventessales director ndirecteur/trice m/f commercial(e)sales drive ncampagne f commerciale, animation f des ventessales executive ndirecteur/trice m/f des ventessales figures nplchiffre m des ventessales force nforce f de vente

saleroom

[ˈseɪlˌrʊm] n (esp Brit) → sala di vendite all'asta

sale

(seil) noun
1. the act of giving something to someone in exchange for money. the sale of a house; Sales of cars have increased.
2. in a shop etc, an offer of goods at lowered prices for a short time. I bought my dress in a sale.
3. an event at which goods are sold. an auction sale; a book sale.
ˈsaleroom noun
a room or building where public auctions are held. His furniture was taken to the saleroom.
ˈsalesman (ˈseilz-) plural ˈsalesmen feminine ˈsaleswoman (plural ˈsaleswomen), ˈsalesgirl noun
a person who sells, or shows, goods to customers in a shop etc.
ˈsalesmanship (ˈseilz-) noun
the art of persuading people to buy things.
for sale
intended to be sold. Have you any pictures for sale?
sale of work
an event at which articles usually made by members of an association are sold to raise money. a sale of work at the church.
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And while it's quite possible to pay upwards of PS100,000 for a matched pair of new sporting guns made by one of the top London makers and have a minimum 21/2-year wait for the privilege of shooting with it, it's equally possible to pick up a "London best" gun in the saleroom.
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TV cameras return to the saleroom in Carmarthen next week when the BBC Bargain Hunt team film four programmes with auctioneers Peter Francis.
Or will the traditional auction house continue to prosper, since so many integral aspects of the saleroom experience cannot be replicated online?
The auction raised almost PS25,000, with collectors travelling to the saleroom and another 60 bidding on-line, including one from Australia.
The saleroom activity proved that the West Midlands property market is showing signs of regaining its buoyancy with many lots exceeding guide prices.
The nine pencil drawings by Welsh engineer Hugh Iorys Hughes were estimated to fetch 40,000 to 80,000 US dollars (pounds 26,000 to pounds 51,000) at Bonhams' New York saleroom on Tuesday.
The bowl was sold by Bainbridge's auction house in Ruislip, Essex - the same saleroom that famously sold a Chinese vase in 2010 for 59million pounds.
After a woman bought them at the sale in Portsmouth, Hampshire, she took them to the Stride and Son saleroom in Chichester, Sussex.
Fishing, Let A Thousand Flowers Bloom Aside from the Edge of Arabia group, the packed saleroom witnessed a new record for the Egyptian modern master Abdul Hadi El-Gazzar (1925-1965), one of the leading proponents of surrealism, when sold for $746,500 / AED 2,741,148 (estimate: $250,000-350,000); an early wood sculpture of a figure by the Iraqi artist Jewad Selim (1921-1961) also set a record when it sold against many bidders for $662,500 / AED 2,432,700.
Michael Jeha, managing director of Christie's Middle East, commented: " Records tumbled in a standing-room-only saleroom, reflecting the increasing international appeal and quality of art from the Middle East.
Announcing the sale at its South Kensington saleroom in London later this year, the auction house said it was the "largest and best quality collection" to remain in private hands.