Sentence Examples


  • They are then used by some jewelers to show a perceived value savings, when in fact the retailer is charging a full mark-up and not offering a good buy.
  • Because there's no guarantee that these uniforms will sell, they're often willing to offer them at a lower mark-up than custom ordered uniforms.
  • You'll pay more for a secondhand van at a dealership or used car lot because they're goal is to mark-up the price and make a profit.
  • Some designers can get away with a more substantial mark-up, but only if their label rests on the accolades of past quality.
  • Look for gowns labeled as "party dresses" to avoid the mark-up that comes with some styles marketed for "prom" night.