Translation of wholesale in Spanish:
- 1.1 (Business) (before noun)wholesale price wholesale price index wholesale tradeal por mayor1.2comercio (masculine) al por mayor(slaughter)(condemnation)(rejection)wholesale cuts in the budgetrecortes radicales or drásticos en el presupuestoExample sentences
- At worst, the outcome could be wholesale slaughter on a scale that makes the current level of daily mayhem look like the peaceable kingdom.
- At the time, however, Old Beijing City was seen as a symbol of feudalism and eventually the Liang & Chen Plan was shelved, resulting in the wholesale destruction of hutongs.
- Endless images of wholesale destruction and the war machines that brought it about blurred the boundary between reality and fiction, the normal and the horrific.
- 1.1 (Business)(buy/sell)1.2 (on a large scale)al por mayorthe same rule cannot be applied wholesale to every casede modo generalthese practices have been going on wholesaleno se puede aplicar la misma regla a rajatabla a todos los casosthey rejected the proposals wholesaleesto ha estado ocurriendo de manera sistemáticarechazaron las propuestas en bloqueExample sentences
- Selling to retail stores or selling wholesale is another option, if you're willing to take less money, but usually for larger quantities.
- Many of you have complained about buying supplies retail, and selling crops and livestock wholesale.
- As well as selling from their own shop, the Ramsays run a mail order business, sell wholesale all over the country and to department stores such as Jenners and Harrods.
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