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- goods (n.)
- "property," late 13c., from plural of good (n.), which had the same sense in Old English. Meaning "saleable commodities" is mid-15c.; colloquial sense of "stolen articles" is from 1900; hence figurative use, "evidence of guilt."
- 1. Purchase tax was not payable on goods for export.
- 2. There's no petrol, so it's very difficult to transport goods.
- 3. Shops in Ho Chi Minh City are stacked with goods.
- 4. Some shoppers looked bewildered by the sheer variety of goods on offer.
- 5. Cheap goods are available, but not in sufficient quantities to satisfy demand.
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