Pricing vs Quote - What's the difference?

pricing | quote |


As nouns the difference between pricing and quote

is that pricing is the act of setting a price while quote is a quota.

As a verb pricing

is .

pricing

English

Verb

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  • Noun

    (wikipedia pricing)
  • the act of setting a price
  • the level at which a price is set
  • quote

    English

    Verb

  • To repeat someone‚Äôs exact words.
  • To prepare a summary of work to be done and set a price.
  • (Commerce) To name the current price, notably of a financial security.
  • To indicate verbally or by equivalent means the start of a quotation.
  • (archaic) To observe, to take account of.
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  • Synonyms

    * (repeat words) cite

    Antonyms

    * end quote * unquote

    Derived terms

    * quotable * quote unquote * misquote

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A quotation, statement attributed to someone else.
  • A quotation mark.
  • A summary of work to be done with a set price.
  • ''After going over the hefty quotes , the board decided it was cheaper to have the project executed by its own staff.

    Usage notes

    Until the late 19th century, quote'' was exclusively used as a verb. Since then, it has been used as a shortened form of either quotation or quotation mark; see , above. This use as a noun is well-understood and widely used, although it is often rejected in formal and academic contexts.Rosenheim, Edward W.; Ann Batko. (2004) ''When Bad Grammar Happens to Good People: How to Avoid Common Errors in English . Career Press, Franklin Lakes, NJ. p. 207 ISBN 1-56414-722-3

    Derived terms

    * pull-quote

    See also

    * attest * MSRP * invoice

    Anagrams

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    References

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