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sell

verb [I or T] (MONEY) 金錢     /sel/ (sold)
to give something to someone else in return for money 賣,出售 [+ two objects] I sold him my car/I sold my car to him for £600. 我把車以600英鎊的價錢賣給了他。 We'll be selling the tickets at/for £50 each. 我們每張票將賣50英鎊。 The stall sells drinks and snacks. 這個攤位賣飲料和小吃。 These baskets sell well (= a lot of them are bought). 這些籃子賣得很好。 Selling
(Definition of sell verb (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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