Reserve-price



noun
1.
floor price.
reserve price
noun
1.
the minimum price acceptable to the owner of property being auctioned or sold Also called (esp Scot and US) upset price
noun

a minimum price set for a property to be sold at auction; the price at or below which a seller reserves the right to withdraw a property from sale in an auction
Word Origin

1919-24

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