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divest

verb [I or T]
 
/daɪˈvest/ mainly US
to sell something, especially a business or a part of a business
卖掉,出售(企业或其中一部分)
The company is divesting its less profitable business operations.
该公司打算出售其盈利较差的业务。
She has divested herself of (= sold) some of her share-holdings.
她已经卖掉了自己的一些股份。
Selling
(Definition of divest from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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