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account an arrangement with a store or other business that allows a customer to pay for goods or services on credit instead of using cash at the time of sale. [1/15 definitions]
advertisement a notice or public announcement designed to gain public attention, esp. to promote the sale of certain products. [1/2 definitions]
advt. abbreviation of "advertisement," a notice or public announcement designed to gain public attention, esp. to promote the sale of certain products.
appraisal an estimate, esp. by an official or expert, of the value of property, such as a house, land, work of art, or jewelry for the purpose of taxation, sale, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
asking price the price or cost of an item for sale (used by a seller usu. to indicate a willingness to accept less money after bargaining).
auction a public sale at which prospective buyers bid for goods and merchandise. [1/2 definitions]
auctioneer one who is in charge of the sale of goods at auctions. [2 definitions]
bazaar a shop or market with a wide variety of goods for sale. [2/3 definitions]
bill of goods a shipment of merchandise for sale.
black market the illegal purchase or sale of goods in violation of restrictions such as price controls or rationing, customs laws, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
bookstore a store in which books are the primary items for sale.
bootleg to smuggle or otherwise participate in the unauthorized or illegal sale of. [2/4 definitions]
budget-friendly of a product for sale, allowing one to stay within one's financial budget if purchased; reasonably priced; affordable.
butcher someone who prepares animals for sale as meat by killing or dressing them. [2/6 definitions]
cash crop a crop grown for sale to others rather than for personal use.
catchpenny made cheaply for quick sale. [1/2 definitions]
chocolatier someone who makes fine chocolate candy, or a store that specializes in the sale of it.
clearance a special offering of goods at reduced prices, to make space for new goods; clearance sale. [1/4 definitions]
clearance sale a sale of retail merchandise designed to dispose of inventory, as of seasonal stock, usu. at reduced prices.
closeout a sale of goods at low prices because the store is closing or because the line of goods will be discontinued.
commodities trade the purchase and sale of raw goods, such as agricultural products or materials derived from natural resources, that have uniform value across an economic market, as opposed to the purchase and sale of services or branded products.