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to remove middlemen such as retailers or banks from a supply chain by providing goods and services directly to the consumer
to sell something, especially a financial product, to someone who does not need it and often cannot use it
to persuade a customer to buy more of a product or a more expensive product than they had intended
to exchange something for money
to sell goods directly to the public for their own use
to sell something on the street or by going to customers, instead of in a store
to sell something at an auction
if a store stocks goods, it has them available for sale
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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