(law) (a) Merchandise, supplies, raw materials, and completed products. (b) All things that are movable and are designated as sold to a particular buyer.
(c) Durable goods are ones that last a relatively long time and that are not dissipated or depleted when used generally, such as machinery and tools. (d) Consumer goods are ones that are purchased primarily for the buyer’s personal, family, or household use. (e) Hard goods are consumer durable goods, such as appliances. (f) Soft goods are consumer goods that are not durable, such as clothing.

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