English version

merchandise in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmerchandisemer‧chan‧dise1 /ˈmɜːtʃəndaɪz, -daɪs $ ˈmɜːr-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable] formal  BBTgoods that are being sold A range of official Disney merchandise was on sale. They inspected the merchandise carefully.see thesaurus at product
Examples from the Corpus
merchandiseThe fire at the warehouse destroyed merchandise valued at over $2 million.Also, anything on the Jaws films, especially merchandise, toys, etc.He would only need to sit quietly on his merchandise.I want no part of hot merchandise.There had been snow in the Store, too, sprayed on merchandise around Christmas Fayre time.Discs and other merchandise will be available, including the first Drakes shirts.The town has a tiny general store with wildly overpriced merchandise.On principle I am against owning too many establishments dealing in the same merchandise in the one town.In order to sell the merchandise, he or she invites friends and neighbours to a party.The merchandise is attractively displayed and the assistants are friendly and helpful.