[noun mur-chuh n-dahyz, -dahys; verb mur-chuh n-dahyz]
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Examples from the Web for merchandizing
He had a desk with a Concern that did merchandizing in a large way.Ade's Fables
For merchandizing and navigation, no people can compare with them but the Hollanders.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century
The merchandizing of more practical commodities such as potatoes, meat, middle class homes, durable clothing.
Merchandizing, manufacturing and marketing of food, clothing and shelter commodities on a large scale in world markets.
So he becomes a "magnate," a man of "big business," and tends to high finance, manufacturing and merchandizing on a world-scale.
Word Origin and History for merchandizing
late 14c., "goods, commodities," from present participle of merchandize. Meaning "trade, commerce" is from mid-15c. That of "promotion of goods for sale" is from 1922.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper