sell in a sentence

sell meaning:

v. t.) To transfer to another for an equivalent; especially for money.

sell sentence:

He decided to sell the car.

I’m going to sell my house.

They sell carrots at the grocery store.

They sell all kinds of things.

Will you sell your house to him?

They sell eggs at the supermarket.

It is illegal to sell alcohol to children.

The club were forced to sell their star player.

He wants to sell his car, and I want to buy one.

We should be able to sell the piano at a profit.

We should be able to sell the piano at a profit.

Each person was given a quota of tickets to sell.

He decided to sell out his shares in that company.

It is illegal to sell tobacco to someone under 16.

They sell used and reconditioned motorcycle parts.

They sell vitamin supplements at the pharmacist’s.

They sell televisions and radios and all that jazz.

They sell televisions and radios and all that jazz.

They sell us freshly caught fish in the early morning market.

They sell us freshly caught fish in the early morning market.

The company has decided to sell some of its moneylosing units.

The company has decided to sell some of its moneylosing units.

Their decision to sell the house was a disastrous misjudgement.

I am trying to sell my farm, but I haven’t had any offers so far.

We hired an advertising company to help us sell our new software.

It is illogical to sell stocks and shares when their value is low.

Many banks are willing to buy and sell shares on behalf of customers.

He claimed he had bought the cigarettes for home consumption, not to sell them.

Women sell barbecued meat and peanuts beneath the shade of a sacred banyan tree.

Advance tickets are $ 10 per person and $ 25 per couple, and sell out every year.

Advance tickets are $ 10 per person and $ 25 per couple, and sell out every year.

If we can’t get the money in any other way, we can, as a last resort, sell the car.

He lost all his money and had to sell the farm and go and work in an abattoir in Vienna.

He buys and sells leather goods.

The shop sells all sorts of books.

The retail dealer buys at wholesale and sells at retail.

The firm sells through a middleman because it does not have its own sales force.