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consign

verb [T]
 
 
/kənˈsaɪn/ COMMERCE
to send goods or documents to a person or company: consign sth to sb The goods will be consigned to you by air freight.
to give something to an auctioneer and ask them to sell it for you: Most items that you consign to us for sale will be illustrated in our online catalogue.
Translations of “consign”
in Spanish confiar, encomendar…
in French confier…
in German übergeben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 運送, 投遞, 托運…
in Chinese (Simplified) 运送, 投递, 托运…
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