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"durable goods" in British English

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durable goodsnoun [plural]

us us
items like ​cars and ​home appliances (= ​largepieces of ​equipment for the ​home) that are ​intended to last several ​years
(Definition of durable goods from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"durable goods" in American English

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durable goodsplural noun

 /ˈdʊər·ə·bəl ˈɡʊdz/
items like ​cars and ​home appliances (= ​largepieces of ​equipment for the ​home) that are ​intended to last several ​years
(Definition of durable goods from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"durable goods" in Business English

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durable goodsnoun [plural]

uk   us   (also consumer durables, also hard goods) COMMERCE
goods that can be used for a ​longtime and that ​people do not ​buy very often, such as televisions and ​cars: Factory ​orders for ​costlydurablegoodsdropped for a second ​consecutive month in October. The Ohio ​economy relies in ​part on durablegoodsmanufacturing.
(Definition of durable goods from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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