goods


goods
noun
ADJECTIVE
consumer, electrical (esp. BrE), electronic, household, luxury

a store selling electrical goods

durable, perishable

A ‘use by’ date must be stamped on all perishable goods.

baked, canned (both esp. AmE)
manufactured, mass-produced
trade
capital
material
cheap, low-priced
branded
second-hand
defective (esp. BrE), faulty (esp. BrE), shoddy
stolen

He was accused of handling stolen goods.

counterfeit, fake (esp. BrE)
VERB + GOODS
make, manufacture, produce

factories which produce luxury goods for the export market

buy, purchase
export, import
provide, sell, supply
deliver

The goods will be delivered within ten days.

transport
GOODS + NOUN
lorry, train, vehicle, wagon (all BrE)
yard (BrE)
PHRASES
goods and services

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • 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

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  • 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

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