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saleable

adjective ( US also salable)
 
 
/ˈseɪləbl/ COMMERCE
a saleable product is one that people will want to buy: highly saleable goods/products Properties with original features are more saleable.
that can be sold, or that is good enough to be sold: These shares are not saleable privately.
Translations of “saleable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 易銷的,有銷路的, 適銷的…
in Russian пользующийся спросом…
in Turkish kolay satılabilir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 易销的,有销路的, 适销的…
in Polish chodliwy, pokupny, atrakcyjny…
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