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Translation of "sell" - English-Turkish dictionary

sell

verb     /sel/ ( past tense and past participle sold)
FOR MONEY [I, T]
A2 to give something to someone who gives you money for it satmak He sold his guitar for £50. I sold my bike to Claire. [+ two objects] I'm hoping she'll sell me her car.Buying and selling in general
OFFER [T]
A2 to offer something for people to buy satışa sunmak, satmak Excuse me, do you sell newspapers?Buying and selling in general
sell for/at sth
to be available for sale at a particular price satılmak; ...fiyata gitmek The shirts are selling for £30 each.Buying and selling in general
A LOT [I, T]
to be bought in large numbers büyük miktarlarda satılmak/satmak His last book sold eight million copies.Buying and selling in general
MAKE YOU WANT [T]
to make someone want to buy something sattırmak Scandal sells newspapers.Buying and selling in general
IDEA/PLAN [T]
to persuade someone that an idea or plan is good fikir/plan satmak I'm currently trying to sell the idea to my boss.Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
(Definition of sell from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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