Associations to the word «Sales»
SALES, noun. Plural of sale
SALES, noun. The activities involved in selling goods or services.
SALES, noun. The amount or value of goods and services sold.
SALES ADVISOR, noun. A sales assistant.
SALES ASSISTANT, noun. A shop assistant
SALES ASSISTANTS, noun. Plural of sales assistant
SALES ASSOCIATE, noun. An employee of a firm whose primary task is selling the company's product or service.
SALES ASSOCIATES, noun. Plural of sales associate
SALES FLOOR, noun. (business) The part of a business devoted to retail activities, such as a showroom or selling area of a shop or department store, usually manned by sales staff and having free public access with goods on display.
SALES FLOORS, noun. Plural of sales floor
SALES FORCE, noun. A team of salespersons.
SALES LEDGER, noun. (accounting) A ledger of sales. More correctly referred to as accounts receivable.
SALES ON APPROVAL, noun. Plural of sale on approval
SALES PITCH, noun. Remarks or demonstrations intended to persuade a consumer to make a purchase, especially when vigorously delivered or exaggerated.
SALES PITCHES, noun. Plural of sales pitch
SALES PROFIT, noun. (accounting) gross profit
SALES REP, noun. Sales representative
SALES REPRESENTATIVE, noun. A sales assistant representing the company outside the place of business.
SALES SLIP, noun. A receipt for a purchase.
SALES SLIPS, noun. Plural of sales slip
SALES TAX, noun. A local or state tax imposed as a percentage of the selling price of goods or services payable by the customer. The tax is not recognized as the seller's earnings; the seller only collects the tax and transmits the same to local or state authorities.
SALES TAXES, noun. Plural of sales tax
SALES TEAM, noun. A team of salespersons.
SALES, noun. Income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time.
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