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  *卖* | 卖* | *卖
to sell / to betray / to spare no effort / to show off or flaunt
HSK 2
(slang) to act cute
to sell / to reach (a price in an auction)
seller
market / store / mall (usually specializing in a particular product category such as furniture)
selling point
to sell off / to get rid of in a sale
seller (in contracts)
to work hard / to do one's very best / to throw oneself into the task at hand
selling price
prostitution / to prostitute oneself
to prostitute oneself / to sell oneself into slavery
seller
butcher / meat merchant
to show off / to make a display of
to be sold out
to work as a good-time girl / to prostitute oneself
to play stupid / to act like an idiot
to make a hard living as unskilled laborer
outward appearance / demeanor
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
(of a movie, show etc) to attract large audiences
to betray one's country
to sell short (finance)
to engage in prostitution
to keep listeners in suspense (in storytelling) / to keep people on tenterhooks
to show deference to sb by obliging them (or by obliging sb associated with them)
to be sold out / to be out of stock
to do trade as a fortune teller
traitor
The Old Charcoal Seller, poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白居易
to make a living doing manual labor / to give sth all one's got
treason
to flaunt a skill / to give display to one's ability / to show off a feat / to vaunt one's tricks
to solicit a bribe / to accept a bribe
to exert flirtatious allure / to entice coquettishly
to feign an opening in order to hoodwink the opponent (in a fight, combat etc)
butcher


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