hard selling Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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hard sellingnoun [U]

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the ​act of ​trying to persuade someone in a forceful and annoying way to ​buy or do something: The ​bigelectricalretailers are singled out for the hard ​selling of ​unwantedextendedwarranties.
He was known for his hard-selling ​businesstechniques.
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