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value-added

[ val-yoo-ad-id ]
/ ˈvæl yuˈæd ɪd /
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noun
something, as an item of equipment, that has been added to a product by a marketer or distributor to warrant a markup in the retail price.
adjective
of, relating to, or supplying value-added: software supplied by a value-added distributor.
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Origin of value-added

First recorded in 1930–35
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British Dictionary definitions for value-added

value added

noun
the difference between the total revenues of a firm, industry, etc, and its total purchases from other firms, industries, etc. The aggregate of values added throughout an economy (gross value added) represents that economy's gross domestic product
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