hot-selling

hot-selling

adj
(of a good or product) that sells in large numbers
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The plea further alleged that Amazon India and Flipkart allegedly routed hot-selling stocks through multiple entities.
ISLAMABAD -- With the winter season kicking in, Embroidered Velvet shawls for Ladies with glamorous finishing touch are most suitable and hot-selling item in Bazaars, as Velvet can never go out of fashion.
KARACHI -- Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL) has finally decided to discontinue Mehran VX model from end of November due to its thin demand as compared to the hot-selling VXR model.
General Motors is stepping up its defense of the Escalade SUV, a cash cow for Cadillac and the company, by offering $10,000 discounts to some current customers to keep them from straying to Ford's hot-selling new Lincoln Navigator.
The intelligent bots even know to place hot-selling items closer to the front, and navigate around one another to avoid crashes.
Toyota's hot-selling car, the Camry, is being offered for Dh12,000 off the usual price.
Beijing, China, November 11, 2016 --(PR.com)-- On November 10, Fengtao Software, the industry leader in the field of DVD, Blu-ray and video backup solutions, kicked off its 2016 Thanksgiving Special Deals for the most glorified season of the year, offering 25% discount on its bestseller of all time, DVDFab All-In-One Lifetime Gift, and all the rest of DVDFab products, except for some select hot-selling bundles, on which users can enjoy 30% off.
30% off Selected Hot-selling Bundles plus a 1-Year Free License for a Random Product
As the second device in the photography-focused F series, the F1 Plus blurs the boundaries between mid-range and premium, and takes the "Selfie Expert" title of the hot-selling F1 to an all new level.
The suit filed early this week in US District Court in Northern California argues that while Apple touts 16 gigabytes of digital storage on lower price models of gadgets such as hot-selling iPhones, about a fifth of that is eaten up by the latest operating software.
Debuting on the airwaves in 1984, Voltron was a pop culture sensation in America as well, sparking a hot-selling line of toys and even other merchandise such as lunchboxes.
Talk to Commissary and NEX representatives to determine the hot-selling items, both local and global, when re-ordering for the next deployment.