resale

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English

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Etymology

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re- +‎ sale

Pronunciation

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Noun

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resale (countable and uncountable, plural resales)

  1. Sale of something previously bought.
    They bought the contents of the locker for resale.
    The resale value was high as the items were quite rare.
  2. (law) The sale by the original seller to another purchaser of goods due to non-payment by original purchaser, often with the original purchaser liable for any shortfall between the original sale price and the price realized by the original seller.

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References

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  • resale”, in OneLook Dictionary Search.

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Spanish

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Verb

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resale

  1. third-person singular present indicative of resalir