Definition of 'sale'
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Some people are too grand and too rich for sales shopping. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The egregious schemes were targeted mostly at the sale of investment products. Times, Sunday Times (2013)China apparently accounted for a third of the total sales. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The trio have been quizzed about allegedly setting up bogus firms to avoid duty on alcohol sales. The Sun (2014)The move will be a precursor to the sale of the business. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Exchange or sale of voucher is prohibited. The Sun (2012)Luck is linked to an auction or special sale. The Sun (2011)The range is on sale next month. The Sun (2014)They will go on sale early next year. The Sun (2009)Worked as a sales manager for a sports company. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Retailers have attributed weakened sales in part to inflation outstripping pay. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are now being offered for sale for considerably less than the original price. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Interest is compounded and repaid with the loan from the final property sale. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We see that the effect of a dollar devaluation is to reduce imports and sales and raise prices. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)Sales of computer games rose by nearly 63 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This suit is almost half-price in the sale. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Scalextric sales have risen by 53 per cent on last year. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Such plans usually involve asset sales, job losses and negotiations for better borrowing terms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The slide is tipped to trigger a 4 per cent decline in retail sales across the country this year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A chemical company with $30 million of sales may be a fairly big business. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)
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Translations for 'sale'
British English: sale /seɪl/ NOUN
The sale of goods is the selling of them for money.
Shops reported an increase in the sale of snacks and soft drinks.
- American English: sale
- Arabic: بَيْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: venda ato de vender
- Chinese: 销售
- Croatian: prodaja
- Czech: prodej
- Danish: salg
- Dutch: verkoop
- European Spanish: venta
- Finnish: myynti
- French: vente
- German: Verkauf
- Greek: πώληση
- Italian: vendita
- Japanese: 販売
- Korean: 판매
- Norwegian: salg
- Polish: sprzedaż
- European Portuguese: venda acto de vender
- Romanian: vânzare
- Russian: продажа
- Spanish: venta
- Swedish: rea
- Thai: การขาย
- Turkish: satış
- Ukrainian: продаж
- Vietnamese: sự bán
Definition of sale from the Collins English Dictionary
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