consignment note

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consignment note UK US noun [C]
COMMERCE a document that shows the details of goods that have been sent from a seller to a buyer, and that travels with the goods: »

rail/air/road consignment note

See also BILL OF LADING(Cf. ↑bill of lading), CIM(Cf. ↑CIM), WAYBILL(Cf. ↑waybill)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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