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Translation of "sale" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /seil/
the act of giving something to someone in exchange for money venta the sale of a house Sales of cars have increased.
in a shop etc, an offer of goods at lowered prices for a short time rebaja I bought my dress in a sale.
an event at which goods are sold venta an auction sale a book sale.
saleroom noun
a room or building where public auctions are held sala de subastas His furniture was taken to the saleroom.
sales assistant noun
someone who helps customers and sells things in a shop/store. Dependiente
salesclerk noun
(American ) someone who helps customers and sells things in a shop/store; sales assistant Dependiente
salesman /ˈseilz-/ noun ( plural salesmen, feminine saleswoman, plural saleswomen, salesgirl)
a person who sells, or shows, goods to customers in a shop etc. vendedor; vendedora
salesmanship /ˈseilz-/ noun
the art of persuading people to buy things arte de vender aggressive salesmanship.
sales representative noun
someone whose job is to travel to different places, especially within a particular area, selling a company’s goods or services. Representante de Ventas
for sale
intended to be sold en venta Do you have any pictures for sale?
sale of work noun
an event at which articles usually made by members of an association are sold to raise money mercado donde se venden productos para beneficiencia a sale of work at the church.
(Definition of sale from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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