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sale British & World English

The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something

sale English Thesaurus

a law to curb the sale of firearms

on sale British & World English

Offered for purchase

bake sale British & World English

A sale of home-baked items as a fundraising activity

boot sale British & World English

Short for car boot sale.

fire sale British & World English

A sale of goods remaining after the destruction of commercial premises by fire

off-sale British & World English

The sale of alcoholic drink for consumption elsewhere than at the place of sale

for sale British & World English

Offered for purchase; to be bought

sale ring British & World English

An enclosure around which a circle of buyers stands at an auction to view livestock offered for sale

tag sale British & World English

A sale of miscellaneous second-hand items

yard sale British & World English

A sale of miscellaneous second-hand items held in the garden of a private house

garage sale British & World English

A sale of unwanted household goods held in the garage or front garden of someone’s house

jumble sale British & World English

A sale of miscellaneous second-hand articles, typically held in order to raise money for a charity or a special event

white sale British & World English

A shop’s sale of household linen

distress sale British & World English

A sale of goods or assets at reduced prices to raise much-needed funds

tabletop sale British & World English

An occasion when participants sell unwanted possessions from tables, especially one where at least some of the proceeds go to charity

bill of sale British & World English

A certificate of transfer of personal property, used especially where something is transferred as security for a debt

clearance sale British & World English

A sale of goods at reduced prices to get rid of superfluous stock or because the shop is closing down

sale of work British & World English

An event where goods made by members of a parish or other organization are sold, typically to raise funds for charity

car boot sale British & World English

An outdoor sale at which people sell unwanted possessions, typically from the boots of their cars

conditional sale British & World English

The sale of goods according to a contract under which ownership does not pass to the buyer until after a set time, usually after payment of the last instalment of the purchase price, although the buyer has possession and is committed to acquiring ownership

point of sale British & World English

The place at which a retail transaction is carried out

sale or return British & World English

An arrangement by which a purchaser takes a quantity of goods with the right of returning surplus goods without payment

on sale in sale British & World English

Offered for purchase

for sale in sale British & World English

Offered for purchase; to be bought

presale British & World English

Relating to the time before something is made available for purchase

resale British & World English

The sale of a thing previously bought

saleroom British & World English

A room in which items are sold at auction

sale or return in sale British & World English

An arrangement by which a purchaser takes a quantity of goods with the right of returning surplus goods without payment

aftersales British & World English

Offered or provided by a retailer or manufacturer after the sale of an item

blowout British & World English

An event at which goods are sold at heavily discounted prices

up for sale in sale British & World English

Offered for purchase; to be bought

for sale in sale English Thesaurus

is that picture for sale?

bring and buy British & World English

A charity sale at which people bring items for sale and buy those brought by others

bring-and-buy sale in bring and buy British & World English

A charity sale at which people bring items for sale and buy those brought by others


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