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dance hall a usu. public establishment that charges an admission price and provides space, music, and sometimes partners for dancing.
deal1 an agreement or price established between two or more parties that is thought to be mutually advantageous. [1/13 definitions]
dicker to argue over price or value; bargain; haggle. [1/2 definitions]
discount to deduct (an amount or percentage) from a cost or price. [3/11 definitions]
double feature a movie theater program that offers two feature films for the price of one admission.
dump to market a great quantity of (goods) at a reduced price in another country, so as to undercut foreign competition. [1/10 definitions]
duopsony the market condition that exists when there are only two buyers, who can thus exert great influence on price. (Cf. monopsony, oligopsony.)
elasticity in economics, the degree to which changes in price cause changes in supply or demand for goods or services. [1/3 definitions]
exchange the price of one currency in terms of another, yielding a ratio at which money of one country can be exchanged for money of another country; exchange rate. [1/7 definitions]
exchange rate the price of one currency in terms of another, yielding a ratio at which money of one country can be exchanged for money of another country.
fair-trade for sale at a price no less than that specified by formal or contractual agreement with the manufacturer. [2/3 definitions]
fare the price paid to ride on commercial transportation, such as a bus, train, or airplane, or a passenger paying such a charge. [1/5 definitions]
Federal Trade Commission a U.S. agency whose duty is to investigate and prosecute illegal interstate trade practices such as false advertising and price-fixing.
fetch to bring in as a purchase price; sell for. [1/5 definitions]
freightage the price for commercial transport of goods. [1/2 definitions]
FTC abbreviation of "Federal Trade Commission," a U.S. agency whose duty is to investigate and prosecute illegal interstate trade practices such as false advertising and price-fixing.
gouge to defraud of money, as by charging an unreasonable price or fee for something. [1/7 definitions]
guild in medieval times, an association of craftsmen or merchants in a single trade, formed to protect common interests such as price levels and quality standards. [1/2 definitions]
haggle to bargain or argue over petty differences in price, terms, or point of view. [1/2 definitions]
hike to make higher, as in price or amount. [2/6 definitions]
imperfect an item of goods that contains a defect but still is considered usable and is offered for sale usu. at a lower price. [1/5 definitions]