salesmanship


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sales·man·ship

 (sālz′mən-shĭp′)
n.
The conduct and attitude of salespeople, especially when considered commendable, as in selling goods or services effectively.

salesmanship

(ˈseɪlzmənʃɪp)
n
1. (Commerce) the technique, skill, or ability of selling
2. (Commerce) the work of a salesman

sales•man•ship

(ˈseɪlz mənˌʃɪp)

n.
the technique of or skill in selling a product, idea, etc.
[1875–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.salesmanship - skill in sellingsalesmanship - skill in selling; skill in persuading people to buy; "he read a book on salesmanship but it didn't help"
acquirement, skill, accomplishment, attainment, acquisition - an ability that has been acquired by training
Translations
فَن البَيْع، إقْناع النّاس على الشِّراء
umění prodávat
salgsteknik
eladás: az eladás mûvészete
sölumennska
umenie predávať
satıcılıktezgâhtarlık

salesmanship

[ˈseɪlzmənʃɪp] Narte m de vender

salesmanship

[ˈseɪlzmənʃɪp] nart m de la vente

salesmanship

nVerkaufstechnik f

salesmanship

[ˈseɪlzmənʃɪp] narte f del vendere

sale

(seil) noun
1. the act of giving something to someone in exchange for money. the sale of a house; Sales of cars have increased.
2. in a shop etc, an offer of goods at lowered prices for a short time. I bought my dress in a sale.
3. an event at which goods are sold. an auction sale; a book sale.
ˈsaleroom noun
a room or building where public auctions are held. His furniture was taken to the saleroom.
ˈsalesman (ˈseilz-) plural ˈsalesmen feminine ˈsaleswoman (plural ˈsaleswomen), ˈsalesgirl noun
a person who sells, or shows, goods to customers in a shop etc.
ˈsalesmanship (ˈseilz-) noun
the art of persuading people to buy things.
for sale
intended to be sold. Have you any pictures for sale?
sale of work
an event at which articles usually made by members of an association are sold to raise money. a sale of work at the church.
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The monarchy does so much good I HOPE that those people who frequently knock the Monarchy and have condemned the Jubilee celebrations observed the marvellous piece of salesmanship put over by HM the Queen and her husband this week.
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It's time that our councils threw out the brash salesmanship of the wind power companies and got on with supporting environmentally clean and sustainable forms of energy conversion, so that our house prices and small tourist projects are not blown off course.
Roberto Alcantara, a sales manager in Latin America, received the President's Award for excellence in salesmanship, and Peter Ru ken, business development manager for coatings, received the Art Finn Award for outstanding technical support.
Each Air Force recruiter is formally trained in public speaking and the art of salesmanship or persuasion.
The early emphasis was often on salesmanship, suitability, compliance and especially--production.
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THE Examiner coverage of the Yorkshire Day at Beaumont Park shows the hard work put in by the Friends of Beaumont and what a fantastic day was had by all, but the one thing that spoilt the day was the aggressive salesmanship of the ticket sellers of Honley Male Voice Choir raffle.
If anyone else was to indulge in this kind of aggressive salesmanship they would be moved on by the police, and if they persisted then legal action would be taken against them.