sales

[ US /ˈseɪɫz/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlz/ ]
NOUN
  1. income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time
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How To Use sales In A Sentence

  • Secondly, he makes the team too much money, raking in ticket and merchandise sales like crazy.
  • Norman Neal Williams had been a transient, they learned, an itinerant vitamin salesman with no known relatives. MORE TALES OF THE CITY
  • “You come to make a sales pitch?” he asked grouchily. Fatal Circle
  • Most of the salespeople are on commission.
  • Relying too much on markets for either input supplies or sales outlets places the low unit cost of production that comes with economies of scale at risk.
  • He thought the thieves would dispose of the shop's stock at car boot sales or use them for family gifts.
  • Indeed, so many of us now possess a handset that mobile phone sales have collapsed.
  • It also provides a condensed primer to some of the issues at stake in American avant-garde cinema, which, partly because of its historical opposition to the dictates of commercial mainstream moviemaking and partly because it resists commodification unlike, say, abstract painting, oppositional cinema doesn't rack up big sales at Sotheby's, has been relegated to the status of museum pieces and festival marginalia. NYT > Home Page
  • He gave the address of his hotel, making sure that Johnny, talking to another salesgirl a foot or two away, would have heard it. DISPLACED PERSON
  • In fact, one of the things I ask the salespeople in my classes to do is to take out their business card, scratch out whatever title is on it, and write in CEO.
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