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retail

verb
 
 
/ˈriːteɪl/ COMMERCE
[T] to sell goods to the public in stores, on the internet, etc.: They have a proven record in retailing clothes and shoes.
retail at/for sth [I] to be sold at a particular price: The parts cost $3 to $5 per watch, while the finished products retailed for $150 to $200.
Translations of “retail”
in Vietnamese bán lẻ…
in Spanish vender al por menor…
in Thai ขายปลีก…
in Malaysian runcit…
in French vendre au détail…
in German im Einzelhandel verkaufen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 零售,零賣…
in Indonesian menjual eceran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 零售,零卖…
(Definition of retail verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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