Student or Learner
Let's say, I'm bying potatoes in a farmer's market.
They sell them at $2 per lb.
But they can cell 5 lbs bag just for $6.
I come home and trying to explain it to my daughter (and I'm asking for help with this sentence):
"They would(?) sell at lower price if you would(?) buy in bulk (in large quantity?).
Yes, to "buy in bulk."
Also known as a "volume discount."
bulk buuying = buying in large quantities in order to obtain a low price, thus gaining an advantage over those persons who buy only in small quantities
in bulk = 1. in large amounts: By producing in bulk we can sell at low price.
2. loose, not packed in containers: Cargoes of grain are loaded in bulk.
laden in bulk (of a ship) = loaded with a cargo that is loose, not placed in any kind of containers