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sales budgetnoun [C]

a ​plan of the ​amount of ​goods and ​services that a ​company expects to ​sell in particular ​markets in a particular ​period, and the ​amount of ​money it expects to ​earn from them: prepare a sales budget It is ​essential to prepare a ​salesbudget early on.
a ​plan of the ​money that a ​company must ​spend in ​order to ​produce and ​sellgoods or ​provideservices in a particular ​period: The ​internet has helped ​smalldrugfirms by ​drasticallyreducing their ​advertising and ​salesbudgets.
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