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peddle

verb [T] uk   us   /ˈped.l̩/ mainly disapproving
to sell things, especially by taking them to different places: These products are generally peddled (from) door to door. He travels around, peddling his wares. If you peddle stories or information, you spread them by telling different people: The organization has peddled the myth that they are supporting the local population.
Translations of “peddle”
in Vietnamese bán rong…
in Spanish vender de puerta en puerta…
in Thai เร่ขาย…
in Malaysian berjaja…
in French colporter…
in German hausieren gehen mit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兜售, (尤指)巡迴銷售, 散播,宣揚…
in Indonesian menjajakan…
in Russian торговать…
in Turkish uyuşturucu madde satmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兜售, (尤指)巡回销售, 散播,宣扬…
in Polish handlować, sprzedawać…
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