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Translation of "auction" - English-Spanish dictionary

auction

noun   /ˈɔːk·ʃən/
a sale in which things are sold to the person who offers the most money subasta
verb   /ˈɔːk·ʃən/
to sell something at an auction subastar
(Definition of auction from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

auction

noun /ˈoːkʃən/
a public sale in which each thing is sold to the person who offers the highest price subasta They held an auction He sold the house by auction.
auctioneer noun
a person who is in charge of selling things at an auction. subastador
(Definition of auction from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “auction”
in Korean 경매…
in Arabic مَزاد عَلَني…
in Malaysian jualan lelong…
in French (vente aux) enchères…
in Russian аукцион…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拍賣…
in Italian asta…
in Turkish açıkartırma, mezat…
in Polish licytacja, aukcja…
in Vietnamese cuộc bán đấu giá…
in Portuguese leilão…
in Thai การขายโดยการประมูล…
in German die Auktion…
in Catalan subhasta…
in Japanese 競売, オークション…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拍卖…
in Indonesian lelang…
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