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English definition of “firm sale”

firm sale

noun
 
 
[C or U] COMMERCE a sale in which the buyer is not allowed to return the goods: No returns will be accepted for items supplied on firm sale.
[C] a sale that has been agreed between a seller and buyer: At this stage your offer is now a firm sale and the house is nearly yours!
(Definition of firm sale from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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