a person who buys; purchaser.
a purchasing agent, as for a department or chain store.
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a market in which goods and services are plentiful and prices relatively low. noun a market in which supply exceeds demand and buyers can influence prices
demand-pull inflation. inflation in which rising demand results in a rise in prices. noun See inflation (sense 2)
an attempt on the part of consumers to lower price levels by boycotting retailers or certain types of goods.