A discount may rise some (percentage point) to some percent.Logical form[⟨the discount.n⟩ rise.v ⟨some-number-of (nn percentage.n point.n)⟩ (:p to.p ⟨some-number-of percent.n⟩)]Learned from345 sentences. A (discount rate) can be at some percent.Logical form[⟨the (nn discount.n rate.n)⟩ at.p ⟨some-number-of percent.n⟩]Learned from323 sentences. Discount can be with shipping.Logical form[(k discount.n) with.p (k shipping.n)]Learned from285 sentences. A (discount rate) can be unchanged.Logical form[⟨the (nn discount.n rate.n)⟩ unchanged.a]Learned from271 sentences. A person may receive a discount.Logical form[⟨det person.n⟩ receive.v ⟨a{n} discount.n⟩]Learned from251 sentences. Discounts can be on products.Logical form[(k (plur discount.n)) on.p (k (plur product.n))]Learned from240 sentences. A (discount rate) may fall some (basis points) to some percent.Logical form[⟨the (nn discount.n rate.n)⟩ fall.v (:q some-number-of (nn basis.n (plur point.n))) (:p to.p ⟨some-number-of percent.n⟩)]Learned from240 sentences. A cut can be in a (discount rate).Logical form[⟨a{n} cut.n⟩ in.p ⟨the (nn discount.n rate.n)⟩]Learned from239 sentences. Discounts can be heavy.Logical form[⟨det (plur discount.n)⟩ heavy.a]Learned from233 sentences. Discounts can be exclusive.Logical form[⟨det (plur discount.n)⟩ exclusive.a]Learned from223 sentences. A discount can be nice.Logical form[⟨det discount.n⟩ nice.a]Learned from221 sentences. Persons may get a discount.Logical form[⟨det (plur person.n)⟩ get.v ⟨a{n} discount.n⟩]Learned from210 sentences. Discount may be given to some customers.Logical form[(k discount.n) (be.pasv give.v) (:p to.p ⟨some-number-of (plur customer.n)⟩)]Learned from203 sentences. Persons may offer discounts.Logical form[⟨det (plur person.n)⟩ offer.v (k (plur discount.n))]Learned from198 sentences. A (discount rate) may rise some (basis points) to some percent.Logical form[⟨the (nn discount.n rate.n)⟩ rise.v (:q some-number-of (nn basis.n (plur point.n))) (:p to.p ⟨some-number-of percent.n⟩)]Learned from192 sentences.