- goods available for sale
- товары, годные для продажи; товары в наличии; в торговой компании общая сумма товарных запасов и данном периоде, которая может быть продана покупателям; определяется суммой начальных запасов и чистых закупок за период товаров, предназначенных для продажи (beginning inventory + net purchases).
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for sale — adjective available for purchase (Freq. 2) purchasable goods many houses in the area are for sale • Syn: ↑purchasable • Similar to: ↑available * * * for sale … Useful english dictionary
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