merchandise definition

  • noun:
    • merchandise purchased and offered operating; commercial products.
    • products provided on the market.
    • A commodity offered for sale; articles of commerce; a type of product.
    • The things of trade; whatever is usually bought or sold in trade, or marketplace, or by merchants; products; products; products.
    • The act or business of trading; trade; traffic.
    • overall, any movable item of trade or traffic; what is passed away from hand-to-hand by buy and sale: specifically, the objects of trade; a commercial product or commercial products generally; the basic of a mercantile business; commodities, products, or products bought and offered for gain.
    • Purchase and purchase; trade; discount; traffic; dealing, or benefit from working.
    • products offered obtainable
  • verb-transitive:
    • purchase and sell (items).
    • to advertise the purchase of, as by marketing or display: merchandised a item.
    • To make product of; to purchase and sell.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to purchase and offer products; trade commercially.
    • To trade; to carry on trade.
  • verb:
    • To engage in trade.
    • To engage in in-store advertising of this sale of goods, since by screen and arrangement of products.
    • to take part in the trade of.
    • to take part in in-store marketing of the sale of.
    • to advertise as though on the market.
    • engage in the trade of

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