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landed

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈlændɪd/
COMMERCE, TRANSPORT used to describe the total price of goods that are taken somewhere, including tax, insurance, and transport costs: Get an accurate estimate of the landed cost of your products by calculating the various import duties. The landed price is calculated by adding the freight price to the loaded product price.
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