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bring and buy

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(also bring-and-buy sale)

Definition of bring and buy in English:

noun

British
A charity sale at which people bring items for sale and buy those brought by others: we are holding a bring and buy on Tuesday [as modifier]: Jill organized bring-and-buy sales to raise cash
More example sentences
  • They planned a bring and buy sale and encouraged the whole school to come dressed as their favourite movie star.
  • All members are asked to attend, as arrangements for a bring and buy sale and a day trip will be dealt with.
  • But you can't raise the money for something like that with raffles and bring and buys.

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