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whole·sale

 (hōl′sāl′)
n.
The sale of goods in large quantities, as for resale by a retailer.
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or engaged in the sale of goods in large quantities for resale: a wholesale produce market; wholesale goods; wholesale prices.
2. Made or accomplished extensively and indiscriminately; blanket: wholesale destruction.
adv.
1. In large bulk or quantity.
2. Extensively; indiscriminately.
v. whole·saled, whole·sal·ing, whole·sales
v.tr.
To sell in large quantities for resale.
v.intr.
1. To engage in wholesale selling.
2. To be sold wholesale.

whole′sal′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wholesaler - someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customerswholesaler - someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers
distributer, distributor - someone who markets merchandise
meat packer, packer - a wholesaler in the meat-packing business
Translations
تاجِر بالجُمْلَه
grossist
nagykereskedő
heildsali
veľkoobchodník

wholesaler

[ˈhəʊlˌseɪləʳ] Ncomerciante mf al por mayor, mayorista mf

wholesaler

[ˈhəʊlseɪlər] ngrossiste mf

wholesaler

nGroßhändler(in) m(f), → Grossist(in) m(f)

wholesaler

[ˈhəʊlˌseɪləʳ] ngrossista m/f

wholesale

(ˈhəulseil) adjective
1. (also adverb) buying and selling goods on a large scale, usually from a manufacturer and to a retailer. a wholesale business; He buys the materials wholesale.
2. on a large scale. the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.
ˈwholesaler noun
a person who buys and sells goods wholesale.
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So I approached the vegetable wholesaler across the street, Lou Lotillo.
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During my recent stay in Japan, I had the opportunity to visit Chuo Bussan, a large and very successful grocery wholesaler in Tokyo.
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