Definición de vend en inglés:

vend

Silabificación: vend

verbo

[with object]
1Offer (small items, especially food) for sale, especially either from a stall or from a slot machine: there was a man vending sticky cakes and ices
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It's probably well known by now that Japan is the empire of vending machines, vending just about anything that can be vended.
  • All flavors are available in bulk bags for retail sales, while eight come in prepacks for vending.
  • Occupations among the poorer classes involved mainly domestic work but also included street vending, or small retail commerce in foodstuffs, coal or fish.
1.1 Law or formal Sell (something).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The store vends an array of offensive and defensive equipment such as armor, weapons and ammunition.
  • The company vends dairy products, bacon, eggs and spring water.
  • Inside and outside ballparks and arenas, there are always people vending programs.

Origen

early 17th century (in the sense 'be sold'): from French vendre or Latin vendere 'sell', from venum 'something for sale' + a variant of dare 'give'.

Derivativos

vendible

(also vendable) adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Like manufacturers, however, they generally add value to vendible commodities.

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