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tout

verb [T] (SELL UNOFFICIALLY) 非正式售賣     /taʊt/ UK ( US scalp) disapproving
to sell tickets for something such as a sports game or theatre performance unofficially, usually at a much higher price than the official price (通常以高出官方價格很多的價格)倒賣,高價出售(體育比賽票、戲票等) £30 seats for the match were being touted for £500. 30英鎊的比賽門票被票販子高價賣到500英鎊。 Trafficking and racketeering
(Definition of tout verb (SELL UNOFFICIALLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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