Associations to the word «Retail»
RETAIL, noun. The sale of goods directly to the consumer; encompassing the storefronts, mail-order, websites, etc., and the corporate mechanisms, branding, advertising, etc. that support them, which are involved in the business of selling and point-of-sale marketing retail goods to the public.
RETAIL, noun. (colloquial) Retail price; full price; an abbreviated expression, meaning the full suggested price of a particular good or service, before any sale, discount, or other deal.
RETAIL, adjective. Of or relating to the (actual or figurative) sale of goods or services directly to individuals.
RETAIL, adverb. Direct to consumers, in retail quantities, or at retail prices.
RETAIL, verb. To sell at retail, or in small quantities directly to customers.
RETAIL, verb. To repeat or circulate (news or rumours) to others.
RETAIL PHARMACY, noun. A pharmacy in which drugs are sold to patients, as opposed to a hospital pharmacy. Also known as a community pharmacy.
RETAIL PHARMACY, noun. The concept of pharmacy as a retailing activity
RETAIL POLITICS, noun. The political strategy of engaging with small groups of individuals in face-to-face interactions.
RETAIL THEFT, noun. Shoplifting
RETAIL THERAPY, noun. (humorous) shopping purely for pleasure.
RETAIL, noun. The selling of goods to consumers; usually in small quantities and not for resale.
RETAIL, verb. Be sold at the retail level; "These gems retail at thousands of dollars each".
RETAIL, verb. Sell on the retail market.
RETAIL, adverb. At a retail price; "I'll sell it to you retail only".
Words - so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.