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saleableadjective

(US also salable) uk   us   /ˈseɪləbl/ COMMERCE
a saleable ​product is one that ​people will want to ​buy: highly saleable ​goods/​products Properties with ​originalfeatures are more saleable.
that can be ​sold, or that is good enough to be ​sold: These ​shares are not saleable ​privately.
(Definition of saleable from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “saleable”
in Chinese (Simplified) 易销的,有销路的, 适销的…
in Turkish kolay satılabilir…
in Russian пользующийся спросом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 易銷的,有銷路的, 適銷的…
in Polish chodliwy, pokupny, atrakcyjny…
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