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merch

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Pronunciation: /məːtʃ
 
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Definition of merch in English:

noun

[mass noun] informal
Short for merchandise. any merch involving Elvis, the Beatles, the Stones, Led Zeppelin, or punk-rock legends moves quickly as autumn merch creeps into stores, summer sales offer up lunatic bargains [as modifier]: people mobbed the merch stand to buy T-shirts
More example sentences
  • Industry observers predicted that Batman Forever merch would be the summer's runaway hit.
  • Both her ready-to-wear merch and her custom orders are now on sale.
  • My wife and I came out of a store in Buffalo with $400 worth of merch—and we'd just stopped in to look at the place!

Origin

1960s: abbreviation.

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