Retail

Retail is the sale of goods and services from individuals or businesses to the end-user. Retailers are part of an integrated system called the supply chain. A retailer purchases goods or products in large quantities from manufacturers directly or through a wholesale, and then sells smaller quantities to the consumer for a profit. Retailing can be ...
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retail

[adj] - selling or related to selling direct to the consumer 2. [adv] - at a retail price 3. [n] - the selling of goods to consumers 4. [v] - sell at the retail level 5. [v] - sell on the retail market
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Retail

• (n.) To distribute in small portions or at second hand; to tell again or to many (what has been told or done); to report; as, to retail slander. • (v.) The sale of commodities in small quantities or parcels; -- opposed to wholesale; sometimes, the sale of commodities at second hand. • (n.) To sell at second hand. • (a.) Done a...
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retail

adjective selling or related to selling direct to the consumer; `retail trade`; `retail business`; `retail price`
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Retail

[comic strip] Retail is a syndicated comic strip distributed by King Features Syndicate. It is authored and illustrated by Norm Feuti. It made its newspaper debut on January 1, 2006, and then gained quickly in popularity following articles in The New York Times and TIME Magazine. == Setting == The strip is set in a fictional department stor...
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Retail

ReĀ·tail' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Retailed ; present participle & verbal noun Retailing .] [ Confer French retailler to cut again; prefix re- re + tailler to cut. See Retail ,
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Retail

Re'tail adjective Done at retail; engaged in retailing commodities; as a retail trade; a retail grocer.
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Retail

Re'tail noun [ French retaille piece cut off, shred, paring, or Old French retail , from retailler . See Retail , v. ] The sale of commodities in small quantities or parcels; -- opposed to wholesale ; sometimes, the sale of commodities at seco...
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Retail

A term usually applied to a shop which re-sells other people's goods. This type of business will req
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Retail

Customers, both institutional and individual, as opposed to brokers. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Retail

Individual and institutional customers as opposed to dealers and brokers.
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Retail

Individual and institutional customers as opposed to dealers and brokers.
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Retail

Individual and institutional customers as opposed to dealers and brokers.
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retail

Sale of goods and services to a consumer. The retailer is the last link in the distribution chain. A retailer's purchases are usually made from a wholesaler, who in turn buys from a manufacturer. The large range of retail outlets include vending machines, street peddlers, specialized shops, depar...
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Retail

The sale of products for use or consumption by the general public. Retail items are not designed to be resold by middlemen or distributors. They are designed for end users who will actually make use of them.
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