Business Dictionary :
Whole-Life Insurance, Wholesale, Will and Win
Whole-Life Insurance : noun : insurance where the insured person pays a fixed premium each year and the insurance company pays a sum when he dies
Wholesale : noun & adverb : buying goods from manufacturers and selling in large quantities to traders who then sell in smaller quantities to the general public
• Wholesale Discount
• Wholesale Shop
= person who buys in bulk from manufacturers and sells to retailers
Wholesale Price Index
= index showing the rises and falls of prices of manufactured goods as they leave the factory
• He buys wholesale and sells retail.
• He buys goods in bulk at a wholesale discount and then sells in small quantities to the public.
: no plural
: person who buys goods in bulk from manufacturers and sells them to retailers
: company which is owned completely by another company
: strike organized suddenly by worker without the main union office knowing about it
: legal document where someone says what should happen to his property when he dies
• He wrote his will in 1964.
• According to her will, all her property is left to her children.
: to be successful
• To win a contract = to be successful in tendering for a contract the company announced that it had won a contract worth £25m to supply buses and trucks
: winning - won
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