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sell-through

Pronunciation: /ˈselˌθruː/

Translation of sell-through in Spanish:

noun/nombre

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  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (retail sales) volumen (masculine) de facturación
    Example sentences
    • Our underlying sell-through at the retail level remained very strong throughout the third quarter.
    • I have received wonderful editorial credits in the top fashion publications and have had placement in the finest stores in the country with good sell-through.
    • The big-name distribution partners funnel the goods into their established channels and take responsibility for sell-through.
  • 2 2.1 uncountable/no numerable (retail sale) venta (feminine) directa 2.2 countable/numerable (video for retail sale) video (masculine) para venta directa
    Example sentences
    • But pre-recorded, studio-issued sell-through videotapes feed the home viewer's illusory sense that they own and are watching a film.
    • Unfortunately, it also flooded the market with lots of copies of every title at incredibly low prices, effectively killing the margins in the sell-through market.
    • The DVD sell-through business peaked early last year.

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