Definition of off-price in English:

off-price

Syllabification: off-price
Pronunciation: /ˈôfˌprīs
 
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North American

noun

A method of retailing in which brand-name goods (especially clothing) are sold for less than the usual retail price: [as modifier]: an off-price store
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  • ‘There is still a tremendous growth opportunity for art and licensing in… department stores, specialty and off-price retail chains,’ he said.
  • It competes with department stores, specialty stores and off-price retail chains.
  • If you are not fussy about the most of the moment shape or style, some name-dropping designers sell leftover stock to off-price stores and discounters.

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Using the off-price method of retailing: selling goods off-price

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