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Synonyms for consign

Synonyms for consign

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place officially in confinement

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

Synonyms for consign

commit forever

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give over to another for care or safekeeping

send to an address

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More and more online auction companies are now employing dynamic pricing models for lenders and consignors to turn used vehicles into cash faster and cut vehicle disposal costs.
For example, instead of a consignor who normally brings 20, they will look at them and bring 18," he said.
As part of the OPENLANE Certified Auction Partners program, consignors that list vehicles on OPENLANE.
If a return product gets shipped back to them they will not ask the consignor to repay the consignment fee issued.
However, the decision was met with some surprise yesterday by consignor Willie Browne, who said: "We'll support the Tattersalls Ireland sale, but I can't see why they wouldn't stage the Craven in the old Guineas slot.
In a challenging economy, this Summit provides consignors with a unique opportunity to share ideas and best practices, as well as network with other remarketing professionals," said Rob Hodge, remarketing manager, BMW Group Canada.
The RealReal has won favor with luxury consignors and buyers as a next-generation consignment site by providing guaranteed authenticity of product and a superior consigning and shopping experience.
Fines are donated to an equine charity chosen by the consignor.
Discovering The RealReal has completely changed the way I shop," said Robin Silverman, avid consignor and shopper on The RealReal.
There was no life in it," said consignor Malcolm Bastard, whose rider reported the ground was "a little bit tiring".
The December auction offered 241 equipment lots for sale from 22 different consignors with equipment located in 22 states and Canada.
Ann's tenure at Neiman Marcus will be invaluable in building personal and long lasting relationships with our consignors, which will continue to set us apart from other online luxury consignment sites.
Since its inauguration in 1990, it has become one of the leading juvenile sales, despite the initial difficulty of luring mainly Florida-based consignors to the southern California complex, writes Nancy Sexton.
Equipment consigned by over 140 consignors from 21 countries, comprised of 1,301 items, was sold to 216 successful bidders.
I believe that by tapping into the collections of individual consignors, our specialists will be able to assemble an outstanding and diverse selection of pieces not available anywhere else," said Shawna Brickley, Director, Fine Art.