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durable goods

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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durable goodsˈdurable ˌgoods noun [plural]  DT American English large things such as cars, televisions, and furniture, that you do not buy often syn consumer durables British English
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durable goodsIn two to three weeks, Ehrlich said, the Commerce Department plans publish statistics on durable goods orders and construction spending.Carpets, building products, furniture and other durable goods all began to see downshifting during the fourth quarter.
From Longman Business Dictionarydurable goodsˈdurable goodsECONOMICSCOMMERCE large expensive products that consumers do not buy regularly or often, for example refrigerators, televisions etc SYN CONSUMER DURABLES, DURABLESOrders to factories for durable goods, which include machinery, household appliances, cars and other items designed to last at least three years, fell to $123.27 billion last month. goods
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