sell cut price

sell cut price
baskalarindan daha ucuza satmak

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  • cut — ▪ I. cut cut 1 [kʌt] noun [countable] 1. a planned reduction in the amount or level of something: cut in • The chairman took an $800,000 cut in pay last year because of poor profits. • the president s programme of budget cuts …   Financial and business terms

  • price — /praɪs/ noun money which has to be paid to buy something ♦ asking price price which the seller is hoping to be paid for the item when it is sold ♦ competitive price a low price aimed to compete with a rival product ♦ to sell goods off at half… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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