prebuy

prebuy

(priːˈbaɪ)
adj
(Commerce) of or pertaining to the advance purchase of a product or service
vb (tr) , -buys, -buying or -bought
(Commerce) to buy (a product or service) in advance of receiving it
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It also requires that a minimum number of users (which varies from deal to deal) prebuy the deal before it becomes "active." In the event that a deal fizzles, the money is returned to the consumers and the deal is canceled.
As a result, buyers increased orders for the older engines (a "prebuy") and purchased more used trucks.
Most observers expect early demand for SCR engines in 2010 will be somewhat muted by a prebuy in 2009.
This prebuy of trucks occurred despite the settlements' explicit ban on advertising to promote it, and it was driven entirely by customer unease over the new engine designs that the settlements required and by the lack of time for customer quality testing of the new engines.
"Especially at market, we go out of our way to prebuy specials for retailers so they can run more ads.
11 -- Your street hawkers prebuy newspapers each morning and get no credit
That means, in our firm opinion, that anyone considering purchase of an aerobatic airplane have a careful prebuy examination performed by someone who knows the type.
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