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[point-uh v-seyl] /ˈpɔɪnt əvˈseɪl/
noun, plural points-of-sale.
the store, dealer, or other retail outlet where an item is sold:
from manufacturer to point-of-sale.
designating or in use at a point-of-sale, cashier's desk, or check-out counter; point-of-purchase.
(in retailing) of or relating to a customer-checkout system that uses automated devices linked to a computer, as a terminal (point-of-sale terminal) that directly transmits sales data as part of a computerized system for accounting and inventory control.
Abbreviation: P.O.S., POS.
Origin of point-of-sale
1950-55 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for point-of-sale
  • Retailers and consumer-goods makers typically get data on a daily basis, from point-of-sale scanners.
  • The company operates a point-of-sale network, which allows merchants to authorize checks with a single phone call.
  • When you make a point-of-sale transfer, you'll probably get your terminal receipt from the salesperson.
  • Furniture and home furnishings stores retail new furniture and home furnishings from fixed point-of-sale locations.

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