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auction to sell at an auction (often followed by "off"). [1/2 definitions]
bazaar an outdoor street market made up of rows of little shops or stalls where people buy and sell things. [1/2 definitions]
bring to sell for. [1/3 definitions]
capitalism an economic system in which land, factories, and other resources are owned by individuals instead of the government. In this system, the prices of things we buy are decided by the people who sell them and not by the government.
carry to have in stock; sell. [1/4 definitions]
dealer a person whose job is to buy and sell. [1/2 definitions]
druggist a person who has a license to prepare and sell medicine; pharmacist.
drugstore a store that sells medicine. Drugstores often also sell candy, cosmetics, magazines, and other things.
export to send to another country to sell. [2 definitions]
florist a person who works at growing, keeping, or arranging flowers and plants in order to sell them.
freeware software that is given away for no charge by its author. People may use the software but not sell it.
gallery a building used to display or sell art. [1/2 definitions]
jingle a light, lively song or poem that is easy to remember. Jingles are often used to help sell products on radio and television. [1/4 definitions]
junk mail mail that is not wanted or asked for. Letters asking for money or trying to sell products are usually considered junk mail.
market to sell or offer for sale. [1/4 definitions]
OPEC an association made up of several Arab nations that sell the oil they produce to other countries. OPEC is an abbreviation for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
palm off to sell or get rid of by tricking someone.
patent a government grant that gives someone the right to make, use, or sell an invention. A patent is given for a certain number of years. [1/2 definitions]
pharmacist a person who is trained to prepare and sell drugs and medicine in keeping with the orders of a doctor.
plantation a large farm or estate used for growing rubber, cotton, or other crops to sell.
salesclerk someone whose job is to assist and sell goods to customers in a store.