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Translation of "sale" - English-Japanese dictionary

sale

noun   /seɪl/
A2 a time when a shop sells things for less money than usual セール, 特売 I bought this dress in the sale. I bought this dress on sale.
the act of selling something 販売 The sale of alcohol is now banned.
for sale
A2 available to buy 売り物の Is this painting for sale?
on sale
A2 available to buy in a shop, on the internet, etc. 発売中 The DVD is now on sale.
sales [plural]
the number of items sold 売上(高) Our sales have doubled this year.
(Definition of sale from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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