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goodsplural noun

 us   /ɡʊdz/
items for ​sale, or possessions that can be moved: They ​sellleather goods such as ​wallets, ​purses, and ​briefcases.
(Definition of goods from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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goodsnoun [plural]

uk   us   /ɡʊdz/
COMMERCE, PRODUCTION things for ​sale, or the things that you own: There is a 25% ​discount on all electrical goods until the end of the week.fake/counterfeit goods The most ​activeconsumers of ​counterfeit goods are 18- to 24-year-olds, the ​survey says.pay for/buy/sell goods One in seven ​companies already uses the ​Internet to ​sell goods and ​deliverservices. produce/​manufacture/​export goods damaged/​finished/​unsold goods leather/​paper goods
(Definition of goods from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “goods”
in Arabic بَضائع…
in Korean 상품…
in Portuguese bens, produtos…
in Catalan productes…
in Japanese 商品, 品物…
in Turkish mal, eşya, satış amaçlı üretilmiş olan…
in Russian товары…
in Italian merci, beni…
in Polish artykuły, towary…
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