merchantable


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mer·chant·a·ble

 (mûr′chənt-ə-bəl)
adj.
Suitable for buying and selling; marketable.

mer′chant·a·bil′i·ty n.

merchantable

(ˈmɜːtʃəntəbəl)
adj
(Commerce) suitable for trading
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.merchantable - fit to be offered for salemerchantable - fit to be offered for sale; "marketable produce"
salable, saleable - capable of being sold; fit for sale; "saleable at a low price"

merchantable

adjective saleable, marketable, tradable, sellable, vendible, merchandisable Goods must reach a high standard of merchantable quality.
Translations

merchantable

[ˈmɜːtʃəntəbl] ADJcomercializable
of merchantable qualityde calidad comerciable
References in classic literature ?
Neither was the little old shop any longer empty of merchantable goods.
In addition, merchantable tree volume (v) was computed for each diameter (d) by means of the QUAD subroutine of the SAS statistical package, which performs numerical integration of a scalar function in one dimension over a finite interval (SAS Institute 2010).
Evaluation of two methods for cubic-volume prediction of loblolly pine to any merchantable limit.
An inventory of standing trees was conducted to find the volume of merchantable wood and estimate the potential lumber yield.
The model evaluation considered a comparison of the predictive ability respect to the prediction of upper-stem diameters, upper-stem heights, merchantable volume until a given stemheight and merchantable volume until a given stem-diameters.
Licensee shall have the right to sell products that have minor, non-material and merchantable defects.
KAQUO's first project will be to commercialise the approximately 250,000 hectares of forestry assets on the three Metis settlements, which it estimates contain 35 million cubic metres of merchantable timber.
2014), removing only large trees may result in a net decline in stand-level volume growth and therefore a decline in merchantable volume (timber production) over time.
The Big Pic Forest is one of four units in the management area that encompasses 1.9 million hectares of Crown forest with an available annual harvest volume of 2.2-million cubic metres of merchantable fibre and 435,000 cubic metres of biomass.
Thereby, 37.2 thousand cubic meters of timber were obtained, including 36.8 thousand cubic meters of merchantable wood, 3.85 cubic meters of industrial wood and 33 cubic meters of fuel wood.
The new daily assessment reflects the commercial and merchantable value of thermal coal with a calorific value of 5,500 kilocalorie per kilogram (kcal/kg) net-as-received (NAR) on delivered basis to the east and west coasts of India, 30 to 60 days forward.
For example, parties use terms like "merchantable" quality when the cost of being more specific up front is higher than the cost of relying on a court to later elaborate its meaning.