Definition of factorage in English:

factorage

Syllabification: fac·tor·age
Pronunciation: /ˈfaktərij
 
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noun

  • The commission or charges payable to a factor.
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    • Sturdevant moved to Nacogdoches as the agent of cotton factorage, and continued to operate a cotton yard long after he became a banker.
    • The present system of factorage in the corn-trade is stated to have existed only about one hundred and fifty years.

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