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sale

noun
 
/seɪl/
A2 a time when a shop sells things for less money than usual
liquidação
I bought this dress in the sale. I bought this dress on sale.
the act of selling something
venda
The sale of alcohol is now banned.
for sale A2 available to buy
à venda
Is this painting for sale?
on sale A2 available to buy in a shop, on the internet, etc.
à venda
The DVD is now on sale.
sales [plural] the number of items sold
vendas
Our sales have doubled this year.
(Definition of sale from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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