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Definition of "sell-through" []

  • The proportion of wholesale items that are eventually sold at retail (noun)
  • The practice of retailing items (such as DVDs) that are normally, or were previously rented (noun)
  • An item that is sold at retail (as opposed, for example, to being rented out). (noun)

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Use "sell-through" in a sentence
  • "As such, two pricing tiers evolved, a higher price that encouraged rental and discouraged purchase, and a lower price that encouraged purchase, known as the sell-through price around $20."
  • ""The Times list is what it is," Allen writes, "and some indication of sell-through is better than none.""
  • "So, the newspaper is receiving sell-through data from at least some comic shops."
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