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auction a public sale at which things are sold to the people who offer the most money. [1/2 definitions]
bargain to talk over the terms of a sale, purchase, or exchange; negotiate. [1/3 definitions]
bazaar a sale of many different things for the purpose of raising money for an organization or charity. [1/2 definitions]
butcher someone who kills or cuts up meat to make ready for sale. [2/3 definitions]
catalog an organized list of things such as book titles, goods for sale, or other items. Catalogs usually give a short description of each item on the list. [1/2 definitions]
gavel a small wooden hammer. It is used by a judge or someone in charge of a meeting or auction to get attention, call for order, or signal a sale.
hawk2 to offer for sale by calling out or going from place to place.
in stock present for use or sale.
market to sell or offer for sale. [1/4 definitions]
nursery a place where plants or trees are grown for sale. [1/3 definitions]
offering that which is offered, either as a gift or for sale.
out of stock not present for use or sale.
peddle to offer for sale on the street or from door to door.
proceeds the amount of money raised from a sale or other activity.
publish to prepare and bring out for sale for the public to read.
retail the sale of things in small amounts to customers who will use them. [1/2 definitions]
royalty a share of money paid to authors or composers from the sale or performance of their work, or a share paid to inventors for the use of their work. [1/3 definitions]
second1 (plural) items for sale that have minor flaws. [1/6 definitions]
sell to offer for sale. [1/5 definitions]
special a sale of certain things for lower prices. [1/6 definitions]
stock the total of goods ready for sale by a merchant or business. [2/12 definitions]