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auction

noun [C or U]     /ˈɔːk.ʃən/ US  /ˈɑːk-/
a usually public sale of goods or property, where people make higher and higher bids (= offers of money) for each thing, until the thing is sold to the person who will pay most 拍卖 a furniture auction 家具拍卖会 They're holding an auction of jewellery on Thursday. 他们将在周四举行一场珠宝拍卖会。 The painting will be sold at/ UK also by auction next week. 这幅画将在下周拍卖。 The house and its contents are being put up for auction. 这座房子及里面的家当已被交付拍卖。 Shops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesBuildings in general
Translations of “auction”
in Arabic مَزاد عَلَني…
in Korean 경매…
in Malaysian jualan lelong…
in French (vente aux) enchères…
in Turkish açıkartırma, mezat…
in Italian asta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拍賣…
in Russian аукцион…
in Polish licytacja, aukcja…
in Vietnamese cuộc bán đấu giá…
in Spanish subasta…
in Portuguese leilão…
in Thai การขายโดยการประมูล…
in German die Auktion…
in Catalan subhasta…
in Japanese 競売, オークション…
in Indonesian lelang…
(Definition of auction noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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