verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of retail
Related formsre·tail·er, nounnon·re·tail, adjectivenon·re·tail·er, noun
Examples from the Web for retailer
Lululemon Promotes Anti-Sunscreen: Printed on the bags of retailer Lululemon is a warning against the use of sunscreen.Lottie Moss Channels Kate for Calvin Klein; Terry Richardson Shoots for 'Playboy'|The Fashion Beast Team|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The most affordable item of Middleton's was a dress from British retailer Hobbs, which cost $58.Dolce & Gabbana Sentenced to Prison (Again); Kate Middleton's Royal Tour Wardrobe Cost $65K|The Fashion Beast Team|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mango Launches Plus-Size Line: Spanish retailer Mango has announced its addition of a plus-size line, Violetta by Mango.Lululemon Founder Resigns; Victoria Beckham's Wedding Tiara Fails to Sell|The Fashion Beast Team|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So when the retailer priced its initial 12.5 million shares at $18 a share, investors piled in.
The retailer, he says, may be a bit expensive, but it pays workers a living wage in the struggling economy.Meet Yoel Weisshaus, the Hasidic Face of American Apparel|Nina Strochlic|September 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The retailer with small capital has always had to carry on an unequal contest with the retailer with large capital.Knowledge is Power:|Charles Knight
This is one factor that makes it impossible for a retailer to equalize the peaks and valleys in his sales chart.Meteorology|Charles Fitzhugh Talman
Under the head of retail, is included the transactions of a retailer with his customers, who may be regarded as individuals.
The employment of a brewer, and even that of a retailer of fermented liquors, are as necessary division's of labour as any other.
The mixing takes place after it passes into the hands of the second, third, and it may be the fourth purchaser, or retailer.The Arctic Whaleman|Lewis Holmes