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sell up

UK phrasal verb with sell /sel/ verb (sold)
to sell your house or company in order to go somewhere else or do something else (爲移居他處或做別的事情而)出售房屋(或公司) They sold up and retired to the West Country. 他們變賣家產搬到了英格蘭西南部。 Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting property
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