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English definition of “peddle”

peddle

verb [T]     /ˈped.l̩/ mainly disapproving
to sell things, especially by taking them to different places: These products are generally peddled (from) door to door. He travels around, peddling his wares.Selling If you peddle stories or information, you spread them by telling different people: The organization has peddled the myth that they are supporting the local population.Gossip and rumour
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