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* * *list price UK US noun [C] (also catalogue price, sticker price)► COMMERCE the usual or advertised price of a product, before any reductions are made: »
It is selling for $18.89 instead of for the list price of $34.95.
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list price — list′ price n. cvb bus the price at which a product is usu. sold to the public, from which a trade discount is computed by a wholesaler • Etymology: 1870–75 … From formal English to slang
list price — ► NOUN ▪ the price of an article as listed by the manufacturer … English terms dictionary
list price — noun the selling price of something as stated in a catalogue or price list; often subject to discounts I got it at 30% off the list price • Hypernyms: ↑asking price, ↑selling price * * * noun : the basic price of an item as published in a catalog … Useful english dictionary
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list price — 1) The retail price of a consumer good as recommended by the manufacturer and shown on his price list. If no price maintenance agreements apply, a discount on the list price may be offered by the retailer to attract trade. 2) A supplier s price… … Big dictionary of business and management