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* * *catalogue price UK US noun [C]► COMMERCE the price shown for a product in a catalogue before money is added or taken off, for example for the cost of packing and sending it, or because the price has been reduced, etc.: »
We are selling at 5% lower than the catalogue price.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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