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.
Recent Examples of resale from the Web
Conversation first centered on rehabilitating the home for resale.
Secondhand ticket prices for Friday and Saturday's games - which will be the first of the series to be played at Minute Maid Park - averaged $1,147 and $1,243, respectively, on the resale site Vivid Seats.
The shortage also spurred a resale market on eBay, where one bundle of three unsealed packs of Szechuan Sauce was sold for more than $840.
Two short sellers, Prescience Point Research Group and Jay Yoon, have accused the company of attempting to hide mounting losses tied to its massive bet on the truck resale market.
These are then teased and hyped for months, only to sell out within minutes of hitting shelves (and, more often than not, end up on resale sites at a crazy markup.
The median home price has increased 7.4 percent in a year, led by the resale market.
Searching for event tickets on the web will soon come with more safeguards against scammer resale sites.
So grail that one similar to the one Rihanna wears is listed on the resale site Grailed for $7,000.
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First Known Use of resale
RESALE Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of resale
- a purchaser that buys in good faith at a resale takes the goods free of any rights of the original buyer
- —Uniform Commercial Code
resalableplay \ˌrē-ˈsā-lə-bəl\ adjective
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