Definition of markdown in English:

markdown

Line breaks: mark|down
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːkdəʊn
 
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noun

A reduction in price: markdowns of up to 50 per cent on many items
More example sentences
  • ‘I'm seeing a lot of clearance sales - markdowns on top of markdowns,’ she crows.
  • When the goods delivered to the loading dock aren't what customers are shopping for, stores must resort to the desperate measure of price markdowns.
  • The intense pounding of Internet stock prices throughout 2000 translates into big markdowns in deal prices.

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