|(Law) condition of being replaceable (about merchandise)||fungibility|
|(Law) replaceable (about merchandise), something traded or substituted, substitutable, tradable under a contract||fungible|
|a streetcar or subway driver, someone whose occupation is to drives a car; man who transports merchandise; one who drives a streetcar or train (dated); streetcar attendant or conductor (dated)||carman|
|a trademark for an organization whose members welcome newcomers to a neighborhood, distribute small gifts, give information about the community, and offer samples of locally available merchandise||Welcome Wagon|
|act of re-buying merchandise (by a store) that was previously sold to a customer||buyback|
|act of stealing merchandise from a store while pretending to shop||shoplifting|
|act of visiting stores and buying merchandise, activity of going to shop, goods purchased in shops, pertaining to shopping, pertaining to the act of buying merchandise at retail stores||shopping|
|additional range of merchandise, area of a playing field, exclude somebody, keep player out of game, line of merchandise that is secondary to the principal line; secondary business or activity; line that marks the boundary on a playing field (Sports); ...||sideline|
|aggressive salesperson, copywriter, peddle merchandise, peddler, vendor; advertising agent, retailer, sell aggressively||huckster|
|amount in excess of what is recorded or expected (as of merchandise or money), surplus, too old; over the required age||overage|
|amount sold or rate of selling, auction, commercial transaction in which one party buys an item from another party; instance of offering goods at a reduced price; demand for merchandise; auction, department selling things, market or demand, opportunity...||sale|
|anchor part, animal pen, available amount, available on a regular basis; commonplace, routine; employed to handle merchandise or goods; of or pertaining to livestock, broth, capital stock, clerical shirt front, construction stand, descent, fill up, fil...||stock|
|boxlike furniture, furniture sold as sets, merchandise sold in bulk||case goods|
|brought in from another country (of goods or merchandise); brought in||imported|
|bundle, parcel; container for storage or transportation; wrapping or packaging for sale or merchandise; inseparable combination of items, different things constituting a single item, group something as a package, wrap; create attractive packaging in or...||package|
|cheap sale of merchandise, clearing, getting ball out of defense area, passage of commercial documents, permission for something to happen, release; cleaning, washing, removal of people from land, removing unwanted objects, security clearance, width or...||clearance|
|commercial fabrics, incriminating evidence, merchandise, merchandise moved by rail, merchandise; belongings, personal possessions; movable property, portable property, something promised||goods|
|computer code on merchandise||bar code|
|consignor, person who delivers over or consigns merchandise||consigner|
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