resale

[ree-seyl, ree-seyl]
noun
1.
the act of selling a second time.
2.
the act of selling something secondhand.
adjective
3.
used; secondhand: a rack of resale clothing.

Origin:
1615–25; re- + sale

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resale (ˈriːˌseɪl, riːˈseɪl)
 
n
the selling again of something purchased
 
re'salable
 
adj
 
re'saleable
 
adj

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resale
1625, from re- "back, again" + sale (q.v.).
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Example sentences
The magazine also reported the crocodile had been intended for resale, although
  how the crash survivor knew this remains unclear.
Experts say there's a number of ways to make the resale profitable.
What's the use of arguing about grid parity when there is no payback for a
  granite countertop except for resale value.
It needs to be refined, shipped, loaded into trucks and purchased for resale.
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