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resell Syllabification: re·sell
Pronunciation: /rēˈsel/

Definition of resell in English:

verb (past and past participle resold)

[with object]
Sell (something one has bought) to someone else: products can be resold on the black market for huge profits
More example sentences
  • That product could be resold to the customer; he may not have ever opened it.
  • Its main business was reselling training products and courses over the internet and on CD-Roms and videos.
  • In return, it got either the right to resell the product or receive payments of nearly $30 million a year.



Example sentences
  • This site will display a different price list for each reseller.
  • The latter may effectively extend the scope of the action to retailers and resellers who offered the drive.
  • As well as the push into Ireland, the company plans to launch its software through resellers in Britain.

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