Definition of resale in English:

resale

Syllabification: re·sale
Pronunciation: /ˈrēˌsāl
 
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noun

  • The sale of a thing previously bought: he is renovating them for resale [as modifier]: resale value
    More example sentences
    • This percentage shows the anticipated resale value of the van as a proportion of its list price based on age and mileage.
    • The sale and resale of the same packages kept the indices almost unchanged in the first day of trading on Monday this week.
    • However, there are also problems associated with timeshares, particularly with their resale.

Derivatives

resalable

Pronunciation: /rēˈsāləbəl/
(also resaleable) adjective
More example sentences
  • For those who do not have a resaleable item, cash donations will be acceptable, as all money raised at the auction will go towards the upkeep of churches and schools of the parish.
  • Business involves going to a site and recovering valuable, resaleable and recycleable items.
  • The other stores will similarly refund the purchase price provided there is a receipt and the goods are in a resaleable condition.

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