dealership

[ US /ˈdiɫɝˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /dˈiːləʃˌɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. a business established or operated under an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area
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How To Use dealership In A Sentence

  • He blames the impression held by many that they can negotiate better prices at the large new dealerships in Murfreesboro.
  • This is being fixed by adding a small piece of metal - called a "shim" - in a procedure that Toyota starts at dealerships in the UK on Wednesday. BBC - Ouch
  • Javier Oliva-Madrid carried about $18,000 in rumpled small bills into a Tysons Corner car dealership to help pay for a Toyota 4Runner. Probe reveals inner workings of ring shipping drugs from Mexico to D.C. area
  • And most of the gleaming cars on offer would not look out of place in a new car dealership. The Sun
  • Donald Birger, president of InstaCredit Automart, which sold more than 3,000 vehicles in 2008 through its two dealerships in Collinsville, Ill., and O'Fallon, Mo., says he initially was "leery" of the remote disabling systems, in part because he thought customers might object. Late on a Car Loan? Meet the Disabler
  • Billed as an affordable model with an unmatchable package of extras, the XEi was released as a 1.8 litre petrol special edition at dealerships across the country in June.
  • One bloke even had his car towed away to the dealership for diagnostics but they couldn't find anything wrong with it.
  • Most car dealerships tend to occupy freehold property and have realised property assets to help finance their acquisitions.
  • The investigating detectives reviewed the color surveillance video at the dealership.
  • Hey, President Obama has found a way to quickly close Guantanamo Bay. He's going to turn it into a Pontiac dealership.
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