Definition of dealership
: an authorized sales agency an automobile dealership
Recent Examples of dealership from the Web
An older Latino man in a car-dealership uniform checks his Apple watch while a clinic worker measures his dose of pink liquid methadone into a plastic cup.
The tractor was purchased at the Gruel Brothers Allis Chalmer's dealership in Crown Point and has been in the city ever since.
The dealership laid out these possible purchase terms: On a 48-month car loan, the payments would be a steep $711 a month.
The dealership in St. Matthews will close almost simultaneously when the business opens along the Snyder.
For the fifth year, the dealership awarded students at participating schools a bike for their perfect attendance.
In the 1950s, the movies were the third-largest retail business in the U.S., surpassed only by grocery stores and car dealerships.
A 22-year-old driver suspected of running a red light while drunk was hurt after crashing into a truck and flipping into a in Poway dealership’s parking lot Sunday night.
The area houses 1960s-era warehouses, vacant land and auto dealerships.
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First Known Use of dealership
DEALERSHIP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dealership for English Language Learners
: a business that sells a specified kind of product
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