- To exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent.
- To offer for sale, as for one's business or livelihood: The partners sell textiles.
- To give up or surrender in exchange for a price or reward: sell one's soul to the devil.
- To be purchased in (a certain quantity); achieve sales of: a book that sold a million copies.
- To bring about or encourage sales of; promote: Good publicity sold the product.
- To cause to be accepted; advocate successfully: We sold the proposal to the school committee.
- To persuade (another) to recognize the worth or desirability of something: They sold me on the idea.
- To exchange ownership for money or its equivalent; engage in selling.
- To be sold or be on sale: Grapes are selling high this season.
- To attract prospective buyers; be popular on the market: an item that sells well.
- To be approved of; gain acceptance.
- The activity or method of selling.
- Something that sells or gains acceptance in a particular way: Their program to raise taxes will be a difficult sell.
- Slang A deception; a hoax.
- sell off To get rid of by selling, often at reduced prices.
- sell out To put all of one's goods or possessions up for sale.
- sell out Slang To betray one's cause or colleagues: He sold out to the other side.
- sell a bill of goods Informal To take unfair advantage of.
- sell down the river Informal To betray the true trust or faith of.
- sell short To contract for the sale of securities or commodities one expects to own at a later date and at more advantageous terms.
- sell short To underestimate the true value or worth of: Don't sell your colleague short; she's a smart lawyer.
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വഞ്ചന - Vanchana ;ഇരിപ്പിടം - Irippidam ;കാട്ടിക്കൊടുക്കുക - Kaattikkodukkuka | Kattikkodukkuka ;വിലയ്ക്കുകൊടുക്കുക - Vilaykkukodukkuka ;കാട്ടിക്കൊടുക്കുകവില്പന - Kaattikkodukkukavilpana | Kattikkodukkukavilpana ;ജീനി - Jeeni ;