consign

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To send to a final destination
To transfer to the custody of, usually for sale, transport, or safekeeping
To entrust to the care of another
to entrust
{v} to make or send over, to instruct
give over to another for care or safekeeping; "consign your baggage" commit forever; commit irrevocably send to an address
To transfer permanently
To leave an item of property in the custody of another A item can be consigned to a transportation company, for example, for the purpose of transporting it from one place to another The consignee is the person to receive the property and the consignor is the person who ships the property to the consignee
To assign
To give in charge; to commit; to intrust
To submit; to surrender or yield one's self
send to an address
To hand over or give poccession of an asset to someone
To stamp or impress; to affect
To leave an item of property in the custody of another A item can be consigned to a transport company, for example, for the purpose of transporting it from one place to another The consignee is the person to receive the property and the consignor is the person who ships the property to the consignee
commit forever; commit irrevocably
To send or address (by bill of lading or otherwise) to an agent or correspondent in another place, to be cared for or sold, or for the use of such correspondent; as, to consign a cargo or a ship; to consign goods
To give, transfer, or deliver, in a formal manner, as if by signing over into the possession of another, or into a different state, with the sense of fixedness in that state, or permanence of possession; as, to consign the body to the grave
To consign something or someone to a place where they will be forgotten about, or to an unpleasant situation or place, means to put them there. For decades, many of Malevich's works were consigned to the basements of Soviet museums
commit forever; commit irrevocably send to an address
give over to another for care or safekeeping; "consign your baggage"
{f} send, dispatch; commit, entrust, hand over
Furnishing goods to an agent to sell on the consignor's behalf
To yield consent; to agree; to acquiesce
To assign; to devote; to set apart
(V) -to transfer to another's custody or charge; entrust
To deliver
consign to
Consign somebody/something to: Make someone or something be in a particular situation, especially a bad one: "It was a decision which consigned him to political obscurity."
consignor
one who entrusts
consignation
{n} the act of consigning
consignment
{n} a deed to make things over, goods or things consigned to any one
consignor
{n} one who consigns, or entrusts goods to another
consignation
The act of consigning; the act of delivering or committing to another person, place, or state
consignation
A stamp; an indication; a sign
consignation
{i} appointing, entrusting, dispatching
consignation
The act of ratifying or establishing, as if by signing; confirmation; ratification
consigned
past of consign
consigning
present participle of consign
consignment
Goods shipped to an overseas agent when an actual purchase has not been made, but when the consignee agrees to sell the goods
consignment
Term of sale wherein a seller delivers goods to the buyer but retains legal ownership of the goods until they are re-sold by the buyer The buyer is responsible for remitting payment to the seller at time of re-sale to the end-buyer
consignment
A type of arrangement in which the buyer does not pay for the goods until they are sold
consignment
delivery of merchandise from an exporter to an agent when they agree that the agent sell the merchandise for the account of the exporter
consignment
in real estate finance, the process in which the FSLIC replaces the management of an insolvent savings and loan association, but allows the association to continue operating Example: Under the Southwest Plan, many savings and loan associations in Texas were placed under a consignment program, in which experienced managers from other S&Ls were recruited to run the associations under federal supervision
consignment
the delivery of goods for sale or disposal
consignment
An arrangement whereby merchandise owned by one party (the consignor) is sold by another party (the consignee), usually on a commission basis
consignment
Comics purchased by retailers on consignment can be returned to the distributor if they do not sell This is basically the opposite of non-returnable
consignment
That which is consigned; the goods or commodities sent or addressed to a consignee at one time or by one conveyance
consignment
The writing by which anything is consigned
consignment
Delivery of merchandise from an exporter (the consignor) to an agent (the consignee) under agreement that the agent sell the merchandise for the account of the exporter The consignor retains title to the goods until the consignee has sold them The consignee sells the goods for commission and remits the net proceeds to the consignor
consignment
A term used for merchandise shipped from an exporter (consignor) to an importer (consignee) for the importer to sell The consignor retains title to the goods until the consignee has sold them The consignee sells the goods for commission and remits the net proceeds to the consignor
consignment
A separate identifiable number of goods (available to be) transported from one consignor to one consignee via one or more than one modes of transport and specified in one single transport document Synonym for the USA: Shipment
consignment
Delivery of merchandise from an exporter to an agent under agreement that the agent sell the merchandise for the account of the exporter The consignor retains title to the goods until the consigneee has sold them The consignee sells the goods, collects the commission due and remits the net proceeds to the consignor
consignment
Goods shipped for future sale or other purpose, with title remaining with the shipper or consignor The receiver (consignee), upon acceptance, is accountable for the consigned goods although payment is not made until a later date Consigned goods are a part of the consignor's inventory until sold The consignee may be the eventual purchaser, may act as the agent through whom the sale is made, or may otherwise dispose of the goods in accordance with his agreement with the consignor
consignment
Delivery of merchandise from an exporter (the consignor) to an agent (the consignee) under the agreement that the agent will sell the merchandise for the exporter The exporter holds title to the goods until they have been sold The consignee sells the goods for commission and remits the net proceeds to the consignor
consignment
The buyer acts as agent for the seller/exporter, selling goods for “commission” and remitting the net proceeds to the seller as the goods are sold Banks are generally not involved in these transactions
consignment
A shipment made by a producer or dealer to an agent elsewhere with the understanding that the commodities in question will be cared for or sold at the highest obtainable price Title to the merchandise shipped on consignment rests with the shipper until the goods are disposed of according to agreement
consignment
Goods in transit under a bill of lading; the delivery of merchandise from an exporter (the consignor) to an agent (the consignee) under agreement that the agent sell the merchandise for the exporter's account
consignment
goods carried by a large vehicle
consignment
Property sent to an agent for sale The reseller pays only for what is sold and may return anything unsold
consignment
In a consignment, the consignor (owner of the goods) transfers goods to the consignee The consignor retains legal title and includes the goods in his inventory The consignee is acting as an agent in an attempt to sell the goods Although the consignee is temporarily holding the goods, the inventory is not an asset on his books If a sale occurs, the consignee deducts from the selling price his commission and related expenses, remitting the balance to the consignor
consignment
A term pertaining to merchandise shipped to a consignee abroad when an actual purchase has not been made, under an agreement by which the consignee is obligated to sell the goods for the account of the consignor, and to remit proceeds as goods are sold
consignment
the official act of consigning a person to confinement (as in a prison or mental hospital)
consignment
A shipment of goods made under an agreement whereby the receiver undertakes to sell or otherwise dispose of the goods as an agent on behalf of the shipper The latter retains title to the goods until they are sold or disposed of according to the arrangement
consignment
The act of consigning; consignation
consignment
A collection of goods to be sent, in transit or having been sent
consignment
Transfer of goods to a seller while title to the merchandise is retained by the owner
consignment
A consignment of goods is a load that is being delivered to a place or person. The first consignment of food has already left Bologna. = batch
consignment
A quantity of plants, plant products and/or other articles being moved from one country to another and covered, when required, by a single phytosanitary certificate (a consignment may be composed of one or more lots)
consignment
A procedure in which one business (the consignee) accepts goods from another business (the consignor) for sale on a commission basis Consigned goods should be counted in the inventory of the consignor
consignment
The act of consigning or sending property to an agent or correspondent in another place, as for care, sale, etc
consignment
{i} dispatch, conveyance, delivery
consignor
The person named in a freight document as the one from whom the goods have been received for shipment
consignor
The person who sends a consignment to a consignee
consignor
The person from whom the consignment is picked up
consignor
> The individual or entity on whose behalf Christie's is auctioning property
consignor
The party who originates a shipment of goods (shipper) The sender of a freight shipment, usually the seller
consignor
The shipper of goods, or shipper of a transportation movement
consignor
{i} one that consigns or delivers
consignor
Person named on shipping documents as authorized at origin to release goods to a transportation company
consignor
Shipper Company sending the rail shipment at origin
consignor
The person or firm whose name appears on the air waybill as the party contracting with the carrier for carriage of the goods Usually the shipper
consignor
the person whose coins are sold at auction or by a dealer
consignor
The person or organization that delivers freight to a carrier for shipment is called a "consignor" or shipper
consignor
A person, firm, or government activity by whom articles are shipped The consignor is usually the shipper
consignor
Person or firm by whom articles are shipped (i e shipper)
consignor
the person who delivers over or commits merchandise
consignor
The person or company shown as the shipper on the bill of lading
consignor
The person or company quoted in the transport document as the shipper of the merchandise
consignor
The person from whom the shipment is picked up from
consignor
This is the person from whom the shipment is to be picked up
consignor
One who consigns something to another; opposed to consignee
consignor
The person or firm from whom the goods have been received for shipment; the seller, shipper, or exporter
consignor
The person from whom the shipment picked up from
consignor
the person who sends goods to someone else
consignor
The owner of merchandise to be sold by someone else, known as the consignee
consignor
A term used to describe any person who consigns goods to himself or to another party in a bill of lading or equivalent document A consignor might be the owner of the goods, or a freight forwarder who consigns goods on behalf of his principal
consignor
Consolidate To group and stuff several shipments together in one container
consignor
The shipper of the cargo
consignor
The person consigning the cargo to the consignee
consignor
an owner of goods who ships them to another party who will then sell the goods for the owner (p 282)
consignor
The person or firm from whom the goods have been received for shipment, the seller, shipper, or exporter
consigns
third-person singular of consign
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