sale translation English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "sale" - English-Turkish dictionary

sale

noun
 
 
/seɪl/
SELLING THINGS [U, no plural] B2 the act of selling something, or the time when something is sold
satış yapma
The sale of alcohol is now banned. to make a sale Buying and selling in general
(up) for sale A2 available to buy
satılık
For sale: ladies' bicycle - good condition. The house next to mine is up for sale.Available and accessiblePresent
on sale A2 UK available to buy in a shop
satışta, satışa sunulmuş/arzedilmiş
The video and book are now on sale.Selling
available for a lower price than usual
indirimde, indirim
This album was on sale for half price.Value and price decreases
EVENT [C] an event where things are sold
satış
a sale of used booksShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesBuildings in general
CHEAP PRICE [C] A2 a time when a shop sells goods at a lower price than usual
indirimli satışlar
UK I bought this dress in the sale. →  See also car boot sale , jumble sale Value and price decreasesShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesBuildings in general
(Definition of sale from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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