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Merchandize vs. Merchandise

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Merchandizenoun

alternative spelling of merchandise

Merchandisenoun

(uncountable) commodities offered for sale

‘good business depends on having good merchandise’;

Merchandizeverb

(US) lang=en; to engage in selling of merchandise.

Merchandisenoun

(countable) a commodity offered for sale; an article of commerce; a kind of merchandise

Merchandisenoun

(uncountable) the act or business of trading; trade; traffic

Merchandiseverb

to engage in trade; to carry on commerce

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Merchandiseverb

(intransitive) to engage in in-store promotion of the sale of goods, as by display and arrangement of goods

‘He started his career merchandising in a small clothing store chain.’;

Merchandiseverb

To engage in the trade of

Merchandiseverb

(transitive) to engage in in-store promotion of the sale of

‘He got hired to merchandise some new sporting goods lines.’;

Merchandiseverb

(transitive) to promote as if for sale

‘The record companies don't get as good a return on merchandising artists under contract.’;

Merchandisenoun

The objects of commerce; whatever is usually bought or sold in trade, or market, or by merchants; wares; goods; commodities.

Merchandisenoun

The act or business of trading; trade; traffic.

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Merchandiseverb

To trade; to carry on commerce.

Merchandiseverb

To make merchandise of; to buy and sell.

Merchandisenoun

commodities offered for sale;

‘good business depends on having good merchandise’; ‘that store offers a variety of products’;

Merchandiseverb

engage in the trade of;

‘he is merchandising telephone sets’;

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