verb (used with or without object), whole·saled, whole·sal·ing.
Origin of wholesale
Synonyms for wholesale
Related Words for wholesalershopkeeper, trafficker, vendor, trader, broker, seller, operator, shipper, dealer, exporter, retailer, entrepreneur, storekeeper, grocer, go-between, mediator, marketer, merchant, speculator, banker
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Contemporary Examples of wholesaler
They then phone the wholesaler to learn the name of the retailer.
So ATF clerks have to begin by telephoning the manufacturer to learn the name of the wholesaler.
Then they have to get the wholesaler on the line and find out which dealer purchased the gun from the wholesaler.
They first have to call the gun manufacturer and find out which wholesaler purchased it.
These wines are sold at steep discounts to a wholesaler who repackages the wine.How Wine Became Like Fast Food
November 3, 2009
Historical Examples of wholesaler
The same can be said of the margins between the wholesaler and the consumer.Herbert Hoover
The wholesaler must know the character of the retailer to whom he extends credit.The Root of Evil
The wholesaler has to be a bureau of information concerning this part of his business.The Building of a Book
He didn't always wait for the wholesaler to start the boostin', either.The House of Torchy
Traveling salesman for a St. Paul wholesaler, for a Chicago clothing-house.The Job
- in large quantities
- at wholesale prices
The sale of merchandise to retailers rather than directly to the public.