wholesaling


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whole·sale

 (hōl′sāl′)
n.
The sale of goods in large quantities, as for resale by a retailer.
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or engaged in the sale of goods in large quantities for resale: a wholesale produce market; wholesale goods; wholesale prices.
2. Made or accomplished extensively and indiscriminately; blanket: wholesale destruction.
adv.
1. In large bulk or quantity.
2. Extensively; indiscriminately.
v. whole·saled, whole·sal·ing, whole·sales
v.tr.
To sell in large quantities for resale.
v.intr.
1. To engage in wholesale selling.
2. To be sold wholesale.

whole′sal′er n.
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wholesaling

(ˈhəʊlseɪlɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the practice of selling goods at wholesale
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Translations

wholesaling

[ˈhəʊlseɪlɪŋ] Nventa f al por mayor, mayoreo m (Mex)
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wholesaling

[ˈhəʊlseɪlɪŋ] nvente f en gros
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wholesaling

nGroßhandel m
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References in classic literature ?
They called it railroading, high finance, banking, wholesaling, real estate, and such things, but the point was that they got it, while she got what was left,--twenty-two cents.
Wholesaling requires some tweaking and adjusting over time, but over the years we have found that our prices and our minimum quantity work well for the buyer.
By integrating the operations, the three companies, which are currently operating all segments of the LPG business from import, wholesaling to retailing, aim to increase their efficiency and competitiveness, to provide more finely-tuned services and to improve the quality of operations through a comprehensive security system, in order to stably and safely supply LPG, a clean energy, to customers.