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point of salenoun [C, usually singular]

uk   us   (plural points of sale) (abbreviation POS) COMMERCE, MARKETING
a ​place such as a ​store where something is ​sold: Purchase decisions are ​heavilyinfluenced at the ​point of ​sale.
a ​place where ​peoplepay in a ​store: point-of-sale ​displays point-of-sale ​computerterminals used by ​retailers
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