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
These special kids assist with garment racks in the resale shop and enjoy being a part of something where everyone benefits.
The median resale home price in Sacramento County increased 8.1 percent compared to 2016.
To sit in the balcony, resale prices across the board are equal or less than the $74.98 face value.
But its fortunes, and resale prices, have since been in decline.
Her two shows at Terminal 5 this week — previews of a sort for her planned 2018 arena tour — are sold out, but the resale market is worth consulting for dedicated fans.
Such is the prestige of this extended community that many of its residences remain in families for generations, and the resale market for the homes can be fierce.
Up to five million customers’ data was stolen for black-market resale, according to the complaint filed late Wednesday in federal court in Portland, Oregon.
And yet, with ticket prices on two major resale websites now averaging more than $1,000 apiece, the choice does not come easy.
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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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