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repeat ordernoun [C]

uk   us   COMMERCE
another ​order from a ​customer who has ​ordered the same thing before: Some ​salespeople rely on ​establishedcustomers to ​provide repeat ​orders rather than actively ​seeking new ​business. Repeat ​orders signify our ​customers' ​recognition that our ​productsprovide a high ​return on ​investment.
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