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sell sth on

phrasal verb with sell uk   us   /sel/ verb (sold, sold)
FINANCE, COMMERCE to ​sell something that you have ​bought to someone else: They ​planned to ​buy the ​group, ​restructure it, and ​sell it on.sell sth on to sb The ​bankbuys the ​house for the ​client and then ​sells it on to him for a ​higherprice.
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