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- n. The price at which an item is actually sold.
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- n. the price at which something is offered for sale
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In noncontrolled product categories, Colgate’s general policy was to allow customers one week to accept selling price increases.
In 1987 Colgate-Mexico stopped shipping price-controlled products to clients until they accepted the approved selling price increases.
For example, when PalmPilots began to diffuse in the United States in the late 1990s, their selling price of only a few hundred dollars seemed like a real bargain to many consumers, given the computer power and the range of applications for storing addresses and telephone numbers, as a date book, as a notebook, etc. of the handheld device.
So far this year, Aveo's average selling price is $15,103, according to car shopping site Edmunds.com.
Pedlers were backing their wagons to the edge of the wharf, and from the bargaining and chaffering that went on, I managed to learn the selling price of the oysters.
Many years ago a tailors 'union meeting at Hull-House asked our coöperation in tagging the various parts of a man's coat in such wise as to show the money paid to the people who had made it; one tag for the cutting and another for the buttonholes, another for the finishing and so on, the resulting total to be compared with the selling price of the coat itself.
This was a fine adjustment, for by working hammer-and - tongs through a twelve-hour day, after freight had been deducted from the selling price of the wood in Los Angeles, the wood-chopper received one dollar and sixty cents.