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Translation of "sell" - English-Spanish dictionary

sell

verb /sel/ ( past tense, past participle sold /sould/)
to give something in exchange for money vender He sold her a car I’ve got some books to sell. to have for sale vender The farmer sells milk and eggs. to be sold venderse His book sold well. to cause to be sold hacer vender Packaging sells a product. seller noun someone who sells something Vendedor a flower seller. something that has been sold in large/small etc quantities Venta The deluxe model is one of the company’s biggest sellers. sell-out noun an event, especially a concert, for which all the tickets are sold éxito de taquilla His concert was a sell-out. a betrayal traición, engaño The gang realized it was a sell-out and tried to escape. be sold on to be enthusiastic about estar entusiasmado (por) I’m sold on the idea of a holiday in Canada. be sold out to be no longer available estar agotado The concert is sold out. to have no more available to be bought star agotado We are sold out of children’s socks. sell down the river to betray traicionar The gang was sold down the river by one of its associates. sell off phrasal verb to sell quickly and cheaply liquidar They’re selling off their old stock. sell out phrasal verb (sometimes with of) to sell all of something liquidar We sold out our entire stock. to be all sold agotar The laptops sold out within minutes of the sale starting. sell up phrasal verb to sell a house, business etc vender He has sold up his share of the business.
(Definition of sell from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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