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sell

v. to transfer possession and ownership goods or other property for money or something of equivalent value. (See: sale)

sell

verb auction, barter, bring to market, deal in, dispose of for profit, divendere, drive a trade, effect a sale, exchange, furnish, give title to, handle, hawk, make a sale, market, merchandise, offer for sale, peddle, provide, put on sale, put up for sale, trade in, traffic in, transfer for a consideration, vend, vendere
See also: deal, handle, liquidate, persuade, trade, vend
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Shikhar Dhawan sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 5.2 crores
The Renault Duster sold 2,145 cars, ranking second in 11M 2017 and the Renault brand also took the third spot with the Kadjar model, selling 1,852 cars.
sell out 1 : to be bought until all are gone <Tickets quickly sold out.> 2 : to betray a person or duty <They sold out their country.>
in New York City was sold in a transaction valued at $3.05 million Chairman Robert Knakai exclusively represented the seller.
Only a portion of the land was sold by the partnership to a corporation; the Tax Court ruled that this provided a business purpose.
On its Web site www.karibubooks.com, the owners explain that in 1992 they started with $500 and sold their goods on the street.
Setting up a "stop-loss" order when you purchase a particular stock will ensure that it will automatically be sold if it falls below the specific price you designate.
In early 2002, when she was first questioned by the reds, all the news outlets reported speculation, based on anonymous government sources, that she had sold the last remnant of her ImClone stock on December 27, 2001, because her buddy, ImClone founder and CEO Sam Waksal, had told her that the Food and Drug Administration was about to reject an application for Erbitux, the company's highly touted cancer drug.
"In terms of the types of products being sold, it's a lot of the same thing quite honestly.
Several of the agents and brokers who sold the plans, representing them to employers as benefits plans that meet the requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, may lose their state insurance licenses.