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pure playnoun [C]

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COMMERCE a company that sells only one type of product or service: We are the most successful pure play in the restaurant sector.
E-COMMERCE a company that operates only over the internet, and has no physical stores: BlueBags started out as a pure play, only available online.
pure-play
adjective
It is the only pure-play iron ore producer in the country.
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