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Synonyms for sale


for sale

on sale


  • going cheap
  • reduced
  • at a discount
  • at a reduced price

Synonyms for sale

a particular instance of selling

the general activity of selling

the state of being purchasable

Related Words

an agreement (or contract) in which property is transferred from the seller (vendor) to the buyer (vendee) for a fixed price in money (paid or agreed to be paid by the buyer)

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The absolute sales figures of other big players such as Nestle and Unilever have been adversely affected in 2004 by their stated disposal strategies.
Figure 24: Absolute sales growth by therapy area ($m), 2009-15 54
While absolute sales and growth rates are not particularly attractive, it is the relatively low risk nature of Slovakia which is attractive to drugmakers.
Figure 9: Absolute sales growth by delivery mechanism between 2008 and 2014 ($m) 14
The new report published this week also claims that despite their overall dominance, with 80% of sales, no single retailer can be said to be "truly national" in terms of either absolute sales or market share.
While absolute sales volumes have declined from 2008, our unit level cash flow and return on capital continue to be very solid given cost initiatives that have become a permanent part of our model.
Despite the positive comparisons in some of our markets, our absolute sales absorption rates continue to reflect the difficult housing conditions in substantially all of our markets.
Figure 5: Absolute sales growth by source company, 2002-08 and 2008-14 ($m) 13
In June, Ford (NYSE: F) toppled the automaker by occupying the second position in terms of absolute sales figures.
Kenneth Kehrer, president of Kenneth Kehrer Associates, says that "no other company has risen as quickly as John Hancock in market share and absolute sales.
Figure 3: Launch, core and expiry, absolute sales growth, 2006-12 (sales as % of 2006 sales), Bayer Schering 8