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resale

[ ree-seyl, ree-seyl ]
/ ˈriˌseɪl, riˈseɪl /
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noun
the act of selling a second time.
the act of selling something secondhand.
adjective
used; secondhand: a rack of resale clothing.
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Origin of resale

First recorded in 1615–25; re- + sale
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British Dictionary definitions for resale

resale
/ (ˈriːˌseɪl, riːˈseɪl) /

noun
the selling again of something purchased

Derived forms of resale

resalable or resaleable, adjective
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