consumer durable goods

See durable goods, above.

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  • durable goods — ➔ goods * * * durable goods UK US noun [plural] (also consumer durables, also hard goods) COMMERCE ► goods that can be used for a long time and that people do not buy very often, such as televisions and cars: »Factory orders for costly durable… …   Financial and business terms

  • consumer durable — consumer durables N COUNT: usu pl Consumer durables are goods which are expected to last a long time, and are bought infrequently. [BRIT] Consumer durables such as refrigerators, television sets, bicycles and so on were produced in large… …   English dictionary

  • durable goods — durable .goods n [plural] AmE large things such as cars, televisions, and furniture, that you do not buy often British Equivalent: consumer durables …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • durable goods — noun consumer goods that are not destroyed by use • Syn: ↑durables, ↑consumer durables • Usage Domain: ↑plural, ↑plural form • Hypernyms: ↑consumer goods …   Useful english dictionary

  • durable goods — also durables N PLURAL Durable goods or durables are goods such as televisions or cars which are expected to last a long time, and are bought infrequently. [mainly AM] (in BRIT, usually use consumer durables) …   English dictionary

  • durable goods — consumer goods that are used regularly over a long period of time (automobiles, refrigerators, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • consumer durable — See consumer goods …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • durable goods — noun (plural) AmE large things such as cars, televisions, and furniture, that you do not buy often; consumer durables BrE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • non-durable goods — ➔ goods * * * non durable goods UK US (also nondurable goods) noun [plural] (also non durables, also consumer non durables) ► ECONOMICS, COMMERCE goods that do not last for a …   Financial and business terms

  • consumer good — ▪ economics       in economics, any tangible commodity produced and subsequently purchased to satisfy the current wants and perceived needs of the buyer (consumption). Consumer goods are divided into three categories: durable goods, nondurable… …   Universalium


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