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selling

美 [ˈselɪŋ]
英 ['selɪŋ]
  • v.出售;推销;售卖;出让
  • n.让人失望的东西
  • 网络销售;贩卖;推销式
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v.
— see also
sale
换取金钱exchange for money
1.
[t][i]
出让;转让to give sth to sb in exchange for money
I sold my car to James for £800.
我把我的汽车转让给了詹姆斯,获得 800 英镑。
I sold James my car for £800.
我以 800 英镑把我的汽车卖给了詹姆斯。
They sold the business at a profit/loss(= they gained/lost money when they sold it) .
他们把公司赢利╱亏本让出。
We offered them a good price but they wouldn't sell.
我们开了个好价钱,但他们不愿卖。
出售offer for sale
2.
[t]
~ sth
出售;售卖to offer sth for people to buy
Most supermarkets sell a range of organic products.
多数超级市场都经销一系列有机产品。
Do you sell stamps?
你这儿卖邮票吗?
to sell insurance
卖保险
售出;销售be bought
3.
[t][i]
销售得…;卖出…;售价是…to be bought by people in the way or in the numbers mentioned; to be offered at the price mentioned
The magazine sells 300 000 copies a week.
这本杂志一周售出 30 万册。
The book sold well and was reprinted many times.
这本书销路不错,重印了好多次。
The new design just didn't sell(= nobody bought it) .
新款式无人问津。
The pens sell for just 50p each.
这些钢笔每支只卖 50 便士。
推动;说服persuade
4.
[i][t]
促销;推销to make people want to buy sth
You may not like it but advertising sells.
你也许不喜欢广告,但它能促销。
It is quality not price that sells our products.
我们的产品销路好,靠的是质量,而不是价格。
5.
[t]
~ sth/yourself (to sb)
推荐;推销;自荐;自我推销to persuade sb that sth is a good idea, service, product, etc.; to persuade sb that you are the right person for a job, position, etc.
Now we have to try and sell the idea to management.
现在,我们必须设法说服管理层采纳这个意见。
You really have to sell yourself at a job interview.
应聘面试的时候,你真得推销你自己。
收受钱财╱报酬take money/reward
6.
[t]
~ yourself (to sb)
出卖自己;卖身to accept money or a reward from sb for doing sth that is against your principles
IDM
be sold on sth
(informal)
热衷于;对…极感兴趣to be very enthusiastic about sth
sell your body
出卖肉体;卖淫to have sex with sb in exchange for money
sell sb down the river
(informal)
出卖(答应要帮助的人)to give poor or unfair treatment to sb you have promised to help
sell sb/yourself short
低估,轻视,小瞧(某人或自己)to not value sb/yourself highly enough and show this by the way you treat or present them/yourself
sell your soul (to the devil)
出卖灵魂(或良心)to do anything, even sth bad or dishonest, in return for money, success or power
n.
— see also
hard sell
1.
[sing]
(informal)
让人失望的东西something that is not as good as it seemed to be
The band only played for about half an hour─it was a real sell.
乐队仅仅演奏了大约半个小时,真让人失望。

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