sell sth off Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"sell sth off" in British English

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sell sth off

phrasal verb with sell uk   us   /sel/ verb (sold, sold)
to ​charge a ​lowprice for something to ​encouragepeople to ​buy it: They're ​selling off last year's ​stock at ​halfprice. to ​sell all or ​part of a ​business: The ​companyannounced that it would be ​selling off ​itshotelbusiness.
(Definition of sell sth off from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sell sth off" in Business English

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sell sth off

phrasal verb with sell uk   us   /sel/ verb (sold, sold)
FINANCE to ​sell all or ​part of a ​business or ​industry, often at a ​lowprice: He ​resisted all attempts to ​sell the ​publicbroadcastchannel off to the ​privatesector.
COMMERCE, FINANCE to ​charge a ​lowprice for something to encourage ​people to ​buy it: sell off assets/stock They're ​selling off last year's ​stock at half ​price.
(Definition of sell sth off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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