commodity definition

  • noun:
    • Something useful that may be looked to commercial or other advantage: "Left-handed, power-hitting 3rd basemen tend to be an uncommon product in huge leagues” ( Steve Guiremand).
    • a write-up of trade or trade, particularly an agricultural or mining product that could be prepared and resold.
    • Advantage; benefit.
    • outdated A quantity of goods.
    • recycleables, agricultural alongside major items as items of large-scale trading in specific exchanges.
    • Undifferentiated products characterized by the lowest profit return, as distinguished from branded items.
    • any such thing with both a use-value and an exchange-value.
    • ease; accommodation; revenue; benefit; benefit; interest; commodiousness.
    • That which affords convenience, benefit, or profit, particularly in trade, including every little thing movable that's purchased and offered (except animals), -- products, wares, product, produce of land and manufactures, etc.
    • A parcel or level of goods.
    • Accommodation; convenience; suitableness; commodiousness.
    • Profit; benefit; interest.
    • whatever is useful; whatever is useful, convenient, or serviceable; specially, an article of product; everything movable which a topic of trade or of acquisition.
    • Distribution of products; parcel; supply.
    • Synonyms products, merchandise, etc.
    • identify residential property.
    • articles of trade
    • Something useful which can be turned to commercial or any other benefit: "Left-handed, power-hitting 3rd basemen are an unusual commodity inside big leagues” ( Steve Guiremand).
    • a write-up of trade or commerce, especially an agricultural or mining product which may be processed and resold.
    • Advantage; benefit.
    • Obsolete A quantity of products.
    • garbage, farming as well as other main products as objects of large-scale trading in specific exchanges.
    • Undifferentiated products described as a decreased profit percentage, as distinguished from branded products.
    • such a thing with both a use-value and an exchange-value.
    • efficiency; accommodation; revenue; benefit; benefit; interest; commodiousness.
    • whatever affords convenience, benefit, or profit, particularly in business, including everything movable that is purchased and sold (except pets), -- products, products, product, produce of land and manufactures, etc.
    • A parcel or amount of goods.
    • Accommodation; convenience; suitableness; commodiousness.
    • revenue; advantage; interest.
    • whatever is useful; anything that is advantageous, convenient, or serviceable; specially, articles of product; anything movable that is an interest of trade or of acquisition.
    • circulation of wares; parcel; supply.
    • Synonyms Merchandise, merchandise, etc.
    • See residential property.
    • articles of commerce

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