Definition of 'best-selling'
Example sentences containing 'best-selling'
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His story was made into a best-selling book. The Sun (2015)But fans of the best-selling books plan to boycott the movie. The Sun (2011)Her best-selling books plead for a return to old-fashioned family values. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some of the world's best-selling car manufacturers have been criticised for leaving motorists with sore backs and aching bottoms. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE world's best-selling hybrid car is set to be recalled today. The Sun (2010)BMW are now the country's best-selling premium car brand having sold more than one million motors there. The Sun (2013)
Translations for 'best-selling'
British English: best-selling ADJECTIVE
A best-selling product such as a book is very popular and a large quantity of it has been sold.
- American English: best-selling
- Brazilian Portuguese: campeão de vendas
- Chinese: 畅销的
- European Spanish: más vendido
- French: à succès
- German: absatzstark
- Italian: campione di vendite
- Japanese: ベストセラーの
- Korean: 베스트셀러의
- European Portuguese: campeão de vendas
- Spanish: más vendido
Definition of best-selling from the Collins English Dictionary
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