dry goods

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dry goods UK US noun [plural] COMMERCE
(UK products that do not contain liquid, for example, tea, sugar, and flour: »

Use canisters to protect your rice, flour, cereal, and other dry goods from going stale.

US products such as clothes, sheets, curtains, etc., rather than things such as food or tools: »

dry goods business/company/store


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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