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Translation of "sell" - English-Polish dictionary

sell

verb     /sel/ ( past tense and past participle sold)
FOR MONEY [I, T]
A2 to give something to someone who gives you money for it sprzedawać He sold his guitar for £50. I sold my bike to Claire. [+ two objects] I'm hoping she'll sell me her car.Buying and selling in general
OFFER [T]
A2 to offer something for people to buy sprzedawać, prowadzić Excuse me, do you sell newspapers?Buying and selling in general
sell for/at sth
to be available for sale at a particular price kosztować ileś The shirts are selling for £30 each.Buying and selling in general
A LOT [I, T]
to be bought in large numbers sprzedawać się (w liczbie) His last book sold eight million copies.Buying and selling in general
MAKE YOU WANT [T]
to make someone want to buy something napędzać sprzedaż Scandal sells newspapers.Buying and selling in general
IDEA/PLAN [T]
to persuade someone that an idea or plan is good sprzedać, poddać I'm currently trying to sell the idea to my boss.Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
(Definition of sell from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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