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  *賣* | 賣* | *賣
to sell / to betray / to spare no effort / to show off or flaunt
HSK 2
to sell / to peddle / to traffic
HSK 6
to offer for sale / to sell / to sell out or betray
HSK 6
to auction / auction sale / to sell at a reduced price
buying and selling / business / business transactions / CL: 樁|桩,
market / store / mall (usually specializing in a particular product category such as furniture)
to go / take out (relates to food bought at a restaurant)
to sell strongly / to be in great demand
specialty store
monopoly / exclusive right to trade
seller
to sell / to reach (a price in an auction)
hypermarket / large warehouse-like self-service retail store
to have a sale / sale
selling point
auction / CL: 場|场
to sell off / to get rid of in a sale
GreTai Securities Market (GTSM)
seller (in contracts)
to hawk (one's wares) / to peddle
to resell
to sell off (one's property)
to sell
to keep listeners in suspense (in storytelling) / to keep people on tenterhooks
selling price
to overbook (e.g. airline seats) / to oversell
(of a movie, show etc) to attract large audiences
to consign for sale
jumble sale (for good cause) / charity bazaar
promotional event / sale
to work hard / to do one's very best / to throw oneself into the task at hand
prostitution / to prostitute oneself
to be sold out
to engage in prostitution
vending machine
to prostitute oneself / to sell oneself into slavery
to sell short (finance)
to betray one's country
kiosk / snack counter / retail department or section inside a larger business
to mark down (the price of goods) / to sell off cheap
to be sold out / to be out of stock
(slang) to act cute
human trafficking / to abduct and sell / to kidnap and sell
hot-selling property
outward appearance / demeanor
to sell anything / to sell everything
butcher / meat merchant
butcher
to resell at a profit / to speculate
auctioneer / auction house
to sell illicitly / to bootleg / to sell privately
to steal sth and sell it
to be willing to sacrifice everything one has (idiom)
to force sb to buy or sell / to trade using coercion
shumai (shao mai) steamed dumpling / also written 燒麥|烧麦
traitor
to sell cheaply / sacrifice / low price / discount sale
to throw one's life in for / to haplessly give one's life for / to sacrifice oneself torturously working for another or for a group / to pour in one's utmost effort / to shed one's last ounce of strength for
to work as a good-time girl / to prostitute oneself
to show off / to make a display of
to play stupid / to act like an idiot
lit. to hang a sheep's head while selling dog meat (idiom) / fig. to cheat / dishonest advertising / wicked deeds carried out under banner of virtue
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
what has (he) got up (his) sleeve? / what's going on?
seller
to buy and sell / to do business / to trade / to deal
to play the fool (idiom) / to feign madness
bazaar
(vulgar) your mom's a prostitute (from Sichuan pronunciation of 媽賣屄|妈卖屄)
hawking / street vending
furniture store / furniture mall
trafficking in human beings
Dutch auction / descending-price auction
to sell at marked price / to sell by tender
to speculate / to play the market / (fig.) to sell hot air / to swindle people by posing as a reputable operator
to make a living doing manual labor / to give sth all one's got
a one-off, short-sighted deal / a one-shot, all-out attempt
buying and selling of official positions
to buy and sell at a profit / to speculate
to make a hard living as unskilled laborer
to show deference to sb by obliging them (or by obliging sb associated with them)
to peddle / to hawk (pirate goods)
to curry favor by showing obeisance (idiom)
every potter praises his own pot (idiom) / all one's geese are swans
to do trade as a fortune teller
buying and selling on speculation
clearance sale / fire sale
every potter praises his own pot (idiom) / all one's geese are swans
to feign an opening in order to hoodwink the opponent (in a fight, combat etc)
to have benefited from sth but pretend otherwise / to claim to be hard done by, even though one has benefited
lit. to fry and sell on the spot / fig. (of fresh graduates) to apply the still-fresh knowledge gained in school
The Old Charcoal Seller, poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白居易
to resell at a profit
to press-gang sb and sell into slavery
to betray
lit. to sell hot food freshly cooked; fig. to teach what one has just learned / enthusiasm of the new convert
to sell at a big discount
lit. the child sells the father's farm without regret (idiom) / fig. to sell one's inheritance without a second thought for how hard one's forebears worked for it
treason
if an official does not put the people first, he might as well go home and sell sweet potatoes

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