Definition of Markdowns

1. Noun. (plural of markdown) ¹



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Definition of Markdowns

1. markdown [n] - See also: markdown

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Markdowns

mark and sweep
mark down
mark my words
mark of Cain
mark off
mark out
mark time
mark to market
mark to markets
mark to model
mark up
marka
markable
markas
markdown
markdowns (current term)
marke
marked
marked-up
marked foetal bradycardia
markedly
markedness
markednesses
markee
markees
marker
marker bed
marker chromosome
marker enzyme
marker gene

Literary usage of Markdowns

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1. Retail Store Management by Paul Henry Nystrom (1917)
"But goods cannot always be sold at the marked prices; hence there must be markdowns. Occasionally goods appreciate in value while in stock; hence they may ..."

2. Scientific Management: A Collection of the More Significant Articles edited by Clarence Bertrand Thompson (1914)
"... and stationery D-BE Extra premiums D-BT Traveling D-BF Telephone tolls and tele- D-BX Loss on sales (markdowns) grams This buying expense classification ..."

3. Handbook on Hedonic Indexes and Quality Adjustments in Price Indexes by Jack E. Triplett (2006)
"... the residuals may measure the error between list and transactions prices, where markups or markdowns differ among the various computers. ..."

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