Definition of durable goods in English:

durable goods

Syllabification: du·ra·ble goods

noun

North American
  • Goods not for immediate consumption and able to be kept for a period of time.
    More example sentences
    • Manufacturers and retailers of durable goods - cars, furniture and major electrical appliances - are particularly vulnerable to swings in consumer confidence.
    • From April to July, shipments of durable goods rose 4.6%, but inventories fell 2%.
    • We've been hit particularly hard because what we export, which are durable goods, have the greatest cyclical swing, both on the upside and on the downside.

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