phr. How much is this?
phr. Is there a map to sell?
phr. Wangpo sells melon--to sing one's own praises
phr. The little match girl (who sells matches).
v. sell; (fig.) betray
phr. He sold the emerald which had been kept for years to repay his debt.
phr. His book was not interesting at all. Its good sales were all down to hype.
v. work oneself to death for somebody, work like a dog
v. show off, parade
phr. I am not going to sweat my guts out for only ten dollars a day.
v. to sell something at auction; to sell off goods at reduced prices, sale
v. betray one's country
n. specialty store
v. to sell at a reduced price, to have a mark-down sale, to have a clearance sale
phr. call delivery service (usually of food)
phr. to sell meat
v. to practice fortune-telling for a living
phr. How much are the bananas?
phr. sell things
phr. We've completely sold out.
phr. (the goods, products, commodities, etc.) has been sold out.
phr. to betray, to sell out
v. to sell sex, to engage in prostitution