merchantable definition

  • adjective:
    • Suitable for buying and selling; marketable.
    • complement market; such is generally sold in market, or such as for example provides the normal price; because, merchantable wheat; often, a technical designation for a particular type or course.
    • Fit for market; including is usually offered in marketplace, or like brings the ordinary price; ; occasionally, a technical designation for a specific kind or class.
    • fit to be provided obtainable
  • others:
    • Suitable for trade or purchase; salable.
    • especially, inferior incomparison to a or “selected” quality, but sufficiently advantageous to ordinary reasons: since, merchantable wheat or wood.—
    • the best associated with three grades into which codfish that have been salted, cleaned, and dried are sorted.

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