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"wares" in British English

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waresnoun [plural]

uk   /weəz/  us   /werz/
smallproducts for ​selling, ​especially in a ​market or on the ​street: Some ​displayedtheir wares on ​stalls, while ​others had just ​spread them out on the ​pavement.
informal a company's ​products: The ​company must do more to ​promotetheir wares ​overseas.
(Definition of wares from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"wares" in American English

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waresplural noun

 us   /weərz/
itemsoffered for ​sale, or a company’s ​goods: More than 40 dealers in ​furniture, ​art, and ​silver will ​displaytheir wares.
(Definition of wares from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"wares" in Business English

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waresnoun [plural]

uk   us   /weəz/
COMMERCE products that are for ​sale: display/market/sell your wares The ​companymarkets its wares on the ​internet.
(Definition of wares from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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