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flog

verb [T]
 
 
/flɒɡ/ (flogging, flogged, flogs) mainly UK informal
to sell something, especially at a cheap price: The phone group plans to flog its new handsets for £30 apiece to people signing one-year contracts.
to sell something illegally: Some private sellers are flogging cars that have been stolen or written off by insurers.
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