goods

goods
Synonyms and related words:
ability, ableness, account, acquaintance, acquest, adequacy, announcement, baggage, blue book, briefing, bulletin, bump, caliber, capability, capableness, capacity, cargo, catalog goods, chattels, cloth, commodities, communication, communique, competence, consignment, consumer goods, consumer items, data, datum, directory, dispatch, dower, dowry, drapery, effects, efficacy, efficiency, endowment, enlightenment, equipment, estate and effects, etoffe, evidence, fabric, facility, facts, factual information, faculty, familiarization, felt, fitness, flair, forte, freight, freightage, gen, general information, genius, gift, goods for sale, guidebook, handout, hard information, havings, hereditament, holdings, impedimenta, incidental information, incorporeal hereditament, info, information, instinct, instruction, intelligence, inventory, it, job lot, knowledge, lace, lading, light, line, line of goods, load, long suit, luggage, mail-order goods, makings, material, mention, merchandise, message, metier, napery, natural endowment, natural gift, not an illusion, notice, notification, pack, parts, payload, possessions, potential, power, powers, presentation, proficiency, promotional material, proof, properties, property, publication, publicity, qualification, rag, release, report, shipment, sidelight, sideline, silk, speciality, staples, statement, stock, stock-in-trade, strong flair, strong point, stuff, sufficiency, susceptibility, talent, talents, textile, textile fabric, texture, the article, the dope, the genuine article, the goods, the know, the scoop, the stuff, the very model, the very thing, tissu, tissue, transmission, vendibles, wares, weave, web, weft, what it takes, white book, white paper, woof, wool, word

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  • goods — I noun appurtenances, articles of commerce, assets, belongings, chattels, commodities, consumer durables, durables, effects, items, materials, paraphernalia, personal estate, possessions, produce, products, property, resources, staples, stock,… …   Law dictionary

  • goods — W2S2 [gudz] n [plural] 1.) things that are produced in order to be sold electrical/industrial/agricultural etc goods ▪ furniture, carpets and other household goods ▪ the large market for consumer goods (=televisions, washing machines etc) ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • goods — [ gudz ] noun plural *** 1. ) objects produced for sale: a store specializing in leather goods stolen goods: Wilkins was found in possession of $8,000 worth of stolen goods. goods and services: The cost of household goods and services fell. 2. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • goods — [goodz] pl.n. 1. movable personal property 2. merchandise; wares 3. fabric; cloth 4. Brit. freight: usually used attributively ☆ deliver the goods Informal to do or produce …   Universalium

  • goods — plural noun 1》 (goods) merchandise or possessions.     ↘[often as modifier] Brit. freight: a goods train. 2》 (the goods) informal exactly what is required. Phrases come up with (or deliver) the goods informal do what is expected …   English new terms dictionary

  • goods — [goodz] pl.n. 1. movable personal property 2. merchandise; wares 3. fabric; cloth 4. Brit. freight: usually used attributively ☆ deliver the goods Informal to do or produce the thing required ☆ get the goods on or have the goods on Sl …   English World dictionary

  • Goods — ist der Name folgender Personen: Torsten Goods (* 1980), deutscher Jazzmusiker Goods bezeichnet außerdem: Goods Island (auch: Palilug), australische Insel Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Goods — Goods, n. pl. See {Good}, n., 3. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • goods — [n1] personal possessions appurtenances, belongings, chattels, effects, encumbrances, equipment, furnishings, furniture, gear, impedimenta, movables, paraphernalia, property, stuff, things, trappings; concept 446 goods [n2] merchandise bolt,… …   New thesaurus

  • Goods — Goods, bei Tiernamen Abkürzung für Harry D. S. Goodsir, engl. Zoolog; Krebse …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • goods — property, late 13c., from plural of GOOD (Cf. 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… …   Etymology dictionary

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