Simple Definition of resale
: the act of selling something that you have bought
Full Definition of resale
1 : the act of selling again usually to a new party
2 a : a secondhand sale b : an additional sale to the same buyer
Examples of resale in a sentence
They earned thousands of dollars on resales of the baseball tickets.
He buys baseball collectibles and then holds them for resale.
The resale price of the car is $8,000.
First Known Use of resale
Rhymes with resale
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Legal Definition of resale
: the act or an instance of selling again; specifically : the selling of goods again by the same seller by right and after a breach by the original buyer <a purchaser that buys in good faith at a resale takes the goods free of any rights of the original buyer — Uniform Commercial Code>
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