In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1envío de mercancías masculinodespacho masculinode mercancíasto sell sb a bill of goods — darle gato por liebre a algn coloquial
- In order to acquire full information about the goods' quantity and necessary certificates we advise you send your invoices or simply the bill of goods as early as possible.
- To my knowledge, it was just a bill of goods.
- You and your fellow traders inspect the bill of goods you've each just acquired.
- How to tell the difference between a phony bill of goods and the genuine article.
- At the time plaintiff claims to have sold the bill of goods to defendants, they were in the store of Hume & Porter.
- This allows us to combine the features of statistically-derived models such as CES with the "bill of goods" approach which specifies actual costs and usage of production inputs.
- And I went away and tried to write a kind of treatment that I thought covered the bill of goods.
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