cost price


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cost price

n (Brit) → prezzo all'ingrosso
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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"But, my dear president," said the major, "is not the cost price of aluminum extremely high?"
This man not only came out, but he brought with him seven hundred and fifty dollars in gold sovereigns--the money price of eight years and a half of labor plus the cost price of certain rifles and cases of tobacco.
"I am delighted we will now be reducing our Big Blue Bags down to the lowest price possible - cost price."
The cost price for the coach travel is PS23 per person for Bournemouth, PS14 per person for Middlesbrough and PS18 per person for Sunderland.
From now until the end of Ramadan, patrons of 35 Al Meera branches, in addition to Geant Hypermarket, will get the opportunity to purchase - at cost price - 1,437 "high-quality products that have been carefully selected to cater to the specific needs of shoppers in the holy month".
7DAYSCefound nearly 40 'silver tickets' -- sold for Dhs300 each by organisers -- available at cost price, with some advertisers offering discounts for bulk purchase.
A 2008 watchdog review found six out of seven major supermarkets were selling alcohol below cost price - a total of 220.2 million litres per year.
How is it that an item which supposedly had a cost price of BD6.5 was reduced in price overnight to BD4.590?
He added that 250 of those items are below cost price and the rest are discounted between 45-50 per cent, noting that the campaign is supported by the Ministry of Economy.
Panda stores also decided to sell chicken at cost price until the end of 2012.