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product line

noun
1.
all of the products carried by a manufacturer, wholesaler, or retailer.
2.
a group of products of the same manufacturer having similar or related characteristics and intended for similar or related markets.
Origin
1965-1970
1965-70
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Examples for product line
  • Each is a leader in a narrow, highly engineered product line.
  • Pharmaceutical companies with a strong product line often don't understand that their position in the market is inherently weak.
  • The industry is limited to department store retailers offering a diversified product line.
  • Imagine an online video with an icon that allows you to pull up information about the shampoo product line.
  • In the consumer world, they could present pictures of the product line they're dealing with.
  • The individual items included in these indexes are weighted by the establishment's revenue for the product line.
  • Listings include a company's complete product line under all applicable categories.
  • Vendors are required to supply a complete product line.
  • Further details and announcement of sets will be announced in the near future at a special site for the product line.
  • The first iPod was an object of techno-lust, and the product line's design has only become more enchanting.
British Dictionary definitions for product line

product line

noun
1.
(marketing) a group of related products marketed by the same company
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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