Over the counter (OTC)

Over the counter (OTC),

Definition of Over the counter (OTC):

  1. By ordinary retail purchase, with no need for a prescription or licence.

  2. Retailing: Non-prescription drug or medicine sold by non-pharmaceutical retailers.

  3. Securities: US securities that are not traded (listed) on a stock exchange because the issuer cannot meet the exchanges listing qualifications. Also called unlisted securities.

How to use Over the counter (OTC) in a sentence?

  1. The over the counter products were really good and worked great on my skin and made me feel really good.
  2. Over-the-counter medicines.
  3. When you are dealing with over the counter medicines you must make sure that they do not get into the wrong hands.
  4. In Canada, the life saving medicine Dave needed was considered merely an over the counter remedy, and could be purchased with ease.

Meaning of Over the counter (OTC) & Over the counter (OTC) Definition