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sell sth off

phrasal verb with sell /sel/ verb (sold)
to charge a low price for something to encourage people to buy it 減價出售;低價處理 They're selling off last year's stock at half price. 他們正以半價拋售去年的存貨。 Selling
to sell all or part of a business 出售(全部或部分企業) The company announced that it would be selling off its hotel business. 公司宣佈將出售其旅館業務。 Starting, succeeding and failing in business
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