CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 20
money that a person can get in cash when buying something from a store with their debit card, which is then added to the bill they are paying
to negotiate the terms and conditions of a contract, sale, or transaction for a better agreement, price, etc.
to exchange products for products, services for services, without using any money
to visit different stores to compare the price of a particular product or products before buying
to sell products in large quantities at lower prices to other stores, rather than to the public directly
to have sold all the tickets of a particular event, products of the same type, etc.
a store or organization where the products of a particular company are sold at a lower price
a store that sells flowers and plants
an idea or belief in which people buying and using a lot of goods is encouraged
(of goods) able to be imported without paying tax on them
an order placed before the product is available for sale
the activity of drawing public attention to a service or product in order to help it sell more
the number of visitors or tourists to a shop or place during a specific period