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repeat order UK US noun [C] COMMERCE
another order from a customer who has ordered the same thing before: »

Some salespeople rely on established customers to provide repeat orders rather than actively seeking new business.


Repeat orders signify our customers' recognition that our products provide a high return on investment.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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